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Lin Avery

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Education Gazette

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Education Gazette

Background Information

Employment History

School Principal

Glen Taylor School


Consultant

Evaluation Associates LLC


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www.edgazette.govt.nz

Lin Avery is principal of Glen Taylor School in Auckland, and Marie Barrett is principal of St John Bosco School in New Plymouth.
Lin Avery Lin At Glen Taylor, we are exploring how we might use the National Standards alongside our assessment information from e-asTTle, PROBE, PM Benchmarks, running records, GloSS, and so on, in order to enhance our diagnosis and inform our next teaching steps. Lin We already practise careful diagnosis of our assessments - our teaching programmes have their origins in rich information about students' learning needs.


www.nzherald.co.nz

Lin Avery, principal of Glen Taylor, did not believe her staff would have actively discouraged the family.


www.nzherald.co.nz

Lin Avery, principal of Glen Taylor School in Glendowie, where the national standards plan was launched yesterday, said children would not be overly assessed.


www.nznewsuk.co.uk

Principal Lin Avery had set standards for pupils there, with teachers reporting to her on their progress, then the school reporting to the parents.
Under that system there had been a steady improvement in student achievement in literacy and numeracy at Glen Taylor, she said today. Mr Key said it wasn't until he went to Glen Taylor School that he realised New Zealand had to get serious about setting national standards. "Education is a liberator. It's the single most important thing we can do to make sure that every young New Zealander gets an opportunity to maximise their life and to live their life to the fullest," he said. Mr Key praised Ms Avery's efforts, saying she had done a fantastic job in improving results at Glen Taylor School. "She's proven the concept that it's possible, and you can make such an amazing difference. She's an example of what's possible," he said.


www.nzherald.co.nz

Board members include Lin Avery, principal of Glen Taylor School; Elizabeth Esther Collins, teacher at Churchill Park School; Colin Davis, Eastern Bays community board chairman; Diane Harrison, a parent trustee and accountant, and Wendy Rundle, a literacy adviser.


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