Whole School Attestation and RTC Indicators 2013

to be completed at the end of year interview with the principal to ensure Professional Standards and RTC are met.

Data collected by

Class observation: learning walks




Student Records

Fully Registered


PLG Groups

 Focus Review Teams


Writing PD

Contribution at meetings

Student voice  



Class Level:                


Success Criteria

Follow up action

Met – date & initial

Professional Knowledge

Curriculum / learning

Assessment theory

Treaty of Waitangi

Registered Teacher Criteria


  1. Is competent in the implementation of the pedagogy, beliefs and values driving Curriculum delivery at Oaklands School.
  2. Is knowledgeable of developments in curriculum, assessment & learning theory
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi and Te Reo me ona tikanga in classroom programmes
  4. Attend professional development offered by school
  5. Participates positively in team and staff PLG
  6. Has a thorough understanding of the NZ Curriculum 2007, National Stds 2010 and RTC 2011

Teaching Techniques

Planning and preparation

Teaching and learning strategies

Registered Teacher Criteria

 4, 6, 8, 11

  1. Planning is well set out and consistent with sound teaching practice and are team specifications.
  2. Able to demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness to class interchange requirements and team planning requirements
  3. Use appropriate technology and resources
  4. Classroom well organised, tidy and looked after.
  5. Reflects on teaching with a view to improvement
  6. Teaching strategies are consistent with the school’s beliefs and values.
  7. Numeracy and literacy practices reflect those developed in school wide plan
  8. Participates in formative appraisal process
  9. Classroom is deprivatised
  10. Uses evidence including evidence in relation to National Standards to inform one of teaching and learning next steps

Motivation of Students

Student engagement in learning

Expectations that value and promote learning

Registered Teacher Criteria


  1. Recognise and support diversity amongst individuals and groups (values and likes children)
  2. Engage students in learning (ie motivate, coach)
  3. Establish high expectations that value and promote learning, detailed feedback, warm structured non-authoritarian classroom

Classroom Management

Student behaviour

Physical environment

Respect and understanding

Registered Teacher Criteria


  1. Comply with requirements of classroom and playground monitoring systems (Playground Behaviour Book)
  2. Uses Cool Schools-Peer Mediation School Approach, strategies and technique
  3. Have good relationships with all students respecting their individual needs and backgrounds
  4. Safe emotional and physical classroom environment
  5. Provide and maintain a purposeful working atmosphere in classroom





Registered Teacher Criteria


  1. Communicates openly, effectively and professionally with colleagues.
  2. Provides a variety of appropriate and positive feedback to students.
  3. Communicates with families, whanau and caregivers in a respectful and professional way.
  4. Shares information with colleagues.

Support for and co-operation with colleagues

Registered Teacher Criteria


  1. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues
  2. Encourage others and participate in school-wide and team –wide co-operative activities
  3. Observe and enforce the schools resource management systems
  4. Observe and enforce the code of conduct, cybersafety   and CARE Values
  5. Participate in   coaching and follow the protocols

Contribution to wider school activities

Registered Teacher Criteria



Contribute to the life of the school by:

  • Meeting the specific requirements in your 2012 specific responsibilities sheet
  • Be actively involved in team, school and focus meetings.
  • Be loyal to the schools charter values and code of conducts.

Further Comments

Signed: classroom teacher  ………………………

Signed: (Principal). ………………

Registered Teachers Criteria (RTC)

  1. establish and maintain effective professional relationships focused on  the learning and well-being of ākonga
  2. demonstrate commitment to promoting the  well-being of all ākonga
  3. demonstrate commitment to bicultural partnership in Aotearoa New Zealand
  4. demonstrate commitment to ongoing professional learning and development of personal professional practice
  5. show leadership that contributes to effective teaching and learning
  6. conceptualise, plan and implement an appropriate learning programme
  7. promote a collaborative, inclusive and supportive learning environment
  8. demonstrate in practice their knowledge and understanding of how ākonga learn
  9. respond effectively to the diverse language and cultural experiences, and the varied strengths, interests and needs of individuals and groups of  ākonga
  10. work effectively within the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand
  11. analyse and appropriately use assessment information, which has been gathered formally and informally
  12. use critical inquiry and problem-solving effectively in their professional practice