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Our 2021 annual goals and tactics help us to deliver our strategic plan. They set out a clear pathway for all involved with the King’s success story to do their part in putting the College’s strategy into action.

 

Strategic goal

Related 2021 annual goal

Best personalised all-round education with a focus on academic excellence and enabling each student to achieve their aspirations at King’s College and beyond.

Student focus:

  • To review and increase awareness and regularity of reporting student progress to parents.
  • To continue student feedback in staff appraisal process.
  • To develop a homework policy.
  • To focus on meeting student achievement rate goals for 2021, set off the 2020 results.
  • To increase academic support for Māori and Pacific students focusing on growth mindset, wellbeing, potential and all-round success.
  • To continue College Sport review for Girls.
  • To continue the rollout of Sports Strategy actions agreed in 2020.
  • To continue the rollout of the Boarding Strategy.
  • To implement a strategic review of the Admissions process.
  • To implement a strategic review of Careers and Learning Centre.

Staff focus:

  • To continue developing the Te Reo programme for staff, ensuring every member is engaged in it.
  • To further the quality of the online distance learning programmes.
  • To ensure staff are aware of the changes to the NCEA qualification.
  • To encourage professional collaboration between departments in the form of professional learning groups.

College focus:

  • To complete a Māori education audit as part of Toi te Mana.
  • To clarify relationships with various Advisory Committees to the Board including Māori Advisory Group and Pacifica Advisory Group.
Safe, diverse and inclusive learning environment with exceptional staff and a future focused curriculum that respects the traditions and values of King’s College.

Student focus:

  • To continue reviewing the curriculum to be future-focused and relevant.
  • To initiate Te Reo Tikanga Māori development for students, staff and College.
  • To extend Health and Safety focus to wellbeing and incorporate student voice in Health, Safety and Wellbeing issues.
  • To continue the rollout of the EOTC review schedule.

Staff focus:

  • To improve cultural competence and responsiveness through staff professional development.
  • To improve focus on staf Health, Safety and Wellbeing.

College focus:

  • To continue the development of Health, Safety and Wellbeing with a focus on Security.
  • To introduce and inculcate a Risk culture, including the communication and development of a Risk Register and Risk Mitigation Strategies including outcomes of internal audit reviews.
 
Long term environmental, infrastructural and community sustainability with demonstrated fiscal responsibility.
 Student focus:
  • To continue to engage students in environmental and community initiatives.

Staff focus:

  • To continue to engage staff and incorporate staff voice into long-term sustainability initiatives.

College focus:

  • To maintain EBIDA rates.
  • To review capex and investment frameworks and asset management plans.
  • To complete an external review of digital security.
  • To implement a strategic review of the King’s Institute.
  • To continue the Next Horizon capital campaign to enable a mid-year Performing Arts Centre development and further progress on the Master Property Plan.
  • To commence environmental strategy and focus on sustainability including the carbon footprint of the College.
  • To progress strategic opportunities including distance learning opportunities.
  • To develop a plan to recognise in 2022, 100 years of King’s College in the South Auckland community.