2016 Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori Achievement Information

Where teaching and learning are guided and directed by Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, kura and schools use Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori to monitor and report students' progress and achievement.

Ngā Whanaketanga describes the kōrero (oral language), pānui (reading), tuhituhi (writing) and pāngarau (mathematics) skills and knowledge students need to learn in all learning areas across Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, at different points of their year 1 to 8 schooling.

The descriptions used in Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori to show students progress and achievement are:

  • Manawa Toa: Kei runga noa atu. The student is progressing and achieving higher than expected for particular learning areas.
  • Manawa Ora: Kua tutuki Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori. The student is progressing and achieving as expected for particular learning areas.
  • Manawa Āki: E whanake tonu ana kia tutuki Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori. The student is progressing but requires further support to assist their achievement for particular learning areas.
  • Manawa Taki: Me āta tautoko kia tutuki Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori. The student requires in-depth support to assist their achievement for particular learning areas
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Key Findings

  • Approximately 202 kura and schools with year 1 to 8 students use Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. In 2016, the Ministry if Education were able to report on the data of 131 schools and kura using Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori.
  • Due to the low proportion of schools and kura with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori information reported, care must be taken when interpreting the data.
  • Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori data is not reported by ethnic group as over 99% of the students identify as Māori.
Table 1: Percentage of students achieving Manawa Ora or Manawa Toa for Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori literacy (2015-2016)
Notes:
  1. 'n'=There were no students with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori data in this group.
  2. 'x'=There are fewer than 5 students in the denominator for this category, or if left unmasked other masked numbers may be deduced from total.
  3. 'p'=There are fewer than 4 students AND less than 50% of Students At/Above standard for this group.
Student Type Pānui Tuhituhi Kōrero
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
Ngā Ākonga 68.5% 69.0% 59.8% 58.0% 63.0% 59.8%
Kōtiro 74.5% 74.1% 67.6% 65.7% 69.0% 64.9%
Tama 62.5% 63.8% 51.9% 50.0% 56.9% 54.5%
Whanaketanga 1 58.7% 57.7% 55.2% 50.9% 60.4% 56.7%
Whanaketanga 2 73.3% 74.3% 60.6% 60.3% 64.1% 60.8%
Whanaketanga 3 75.1% 74.0% 64.4% 61.9% 65.3% 62.1%
Whanaketanga 4 67.0% 69.3% 59.4% 58.7% 62.3% 59.1%
Table 2: Percentage of students achieving Manawa Ora or Manawa Toa for Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori pāngarau (2015-2016)
Notes:
  1. 'n'=There were no students with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori data in this group.
  2. 'x'=There are fewer than 5 students in the denominator for this category, or if left unmasked other masked numbers may be deduced from total.
  3. 'p'=There are fewer than 4 students AND less than 50% of Students At/Above standard for this group.
Student Type Te Ine me te Āhuahanga Te Tau me te Taurangi Te Tauanga me te Tūponotanga
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
Ngā Ākonga 57.3% 55.9% 63.0% 62.0% 61.4% 53.4%
Kōtiro 58.8% 59.1% 65.2% 64.8% 63.6% 57.1%
Tama 55.8% 52.5% 60.7% 59.1% 59.2% 49.5%
Whanaketanga 1 72.6% 70.0% 79.2% 75.6% 76.2% 67.7%
Whanaketanga 2 60.3% 58.3% 61.1% 62.2% 63.7% 52.2%
Whanaketanga 3 51.0% 48.3% 56.5% 57.4% 54.3% 50.4%
Whanaketanga 4 41.1% 43.4% 51.1% 51.4% 46.4% 43.2%

Gender

  • Kōtiro (girls) are more likely to achieve at 'Manawa Ora' or 'Manawa Toa' than tama (boys) across all Ngā Whanaketanga areas.
  • Achievement of both tama and kōtiro is the highest in pānui.
  • The gap in achievement between tama and kōtiro is largest for tuhituhi at 15.7 percentage points, and smallest for each of the three pāngarau subjects with a difference between 5.7 to 7.6 percentage points.
Figure 1: Proportion of students 'Manawa Ora' or 'Manawa Toa' for Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori by Gender (2016)

Region

  • The distribution of Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori across regions correlates with the distribution of Māori students/populations.
  • Bay of Plenty, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay and the West Coast have an overall pass rate of 66% or higher.
  • Manawatu-Wanganui, and Southland have, overall, the lowest attainment rates.
Table 3: Percentage of students achieving Manawa Ora or Manawa Toa for Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori literacy, by regional council (2015-2016)
Notes:
  1. 'n'=There were no students with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori data in this group.
  2. 'x'=There are fewer than 5 students in the denominator for this category, or if left unmasked other masked numbers may be deduced from total.
  3. 'p'=There are fewer than 4 students AND less than 50% of Students At/Above standard for this group.
Student Type Pānui Tuhituhi Kōrero
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
Northland Region 60.7% 59.4% 50.0% 44.1% 50.2% 48.7%
Auckland Region 66.4% 66.7% 62.3% 59.5% 65.0% 64.1%
Waikato Region 69.3% 71.2% 60.6% 61.1% 68.3% 62.9%
Bay of Plenty Region 71.4% 70.7% 61.2% 55.8% 68.1% 61.5%
Gisborne Region 87.2% 87.4% 68.7% 75.5% 67.6% 77.2%
Hawkes Bay Region 75.6% 69.1% 69.4% 60.8% 66.8% 55.8%
Taranaki Region 66.1% 62.1% 55.7% 58.3% 61.7% 58.3%
Manawatu-Wanganui Region 48.7% 54.1% 42.5% 37.4% 46.3% 21.8%
Wellington Region 71.2% 72.4% 61.0% 67.7% 64.6% 65.6%
Nelson Region 64.7% 68.3% 42.4% 40.0% 21.7% 32.4%
Tasman Region n 85.7% n n p p
West Coast Region 100.0% 60.7% 63.2% 57.1% 36.8% 60.7%
Canterbury Region 58.1% 48.2% 62.9% 26.8% x x
Otago Region x 61.3% 65.6% 72.4% 28.1% 48.5%
Southland Region p n n n n n
New Zealand 68.5% 69.0% 59.8% 58.0% 63.0% 59.8%
Table 4: Percentage of students achieving Manawa Ora or Manawa Toa for Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori pāngarau, by regional council (2015-2016)
Notes:
  1. 'n'=There were no students with Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori data in this group.
  2. 'x'=There are fewer than 5 students in the denominator for this category, or if left unmasked other masked numbers may be deduced from total.
  3. 'p'=There are fewer than 4 students AND less than 50% of Students At/Above standard for this group.
Student TypeTe Ine me te ĀhuahangaTe Tau me te TaurangiTe Tauanga me te Tūponotanga
201520162015201620152016
Northland Region60.6%55.5%67.5%58.1%69.6%41.4%
Auckland Region58.8%57.2%65.6%63.9%65.5%55.1%
Waikato Region51.2%61.9%59.4%62.8%61.5%53.6%
Bay of Plenty Region63.8%56.5%67.6%64.8%66.3%59.9%
Gisborne Region53.9%57.2%56.4%67.7%55.8%59.4%
Hawkes Bay Region64.2%42.8%69.0%51.9%66.3%43.8%
Taranaki Regionx52.1%65.3%35.8%x41.7%
Manawatu-Wanganui Region27.6%51.4%40.0%36.3%59.1%27.0%
Wellington Region57.6%51.0%57.7%63.0%44.8%58.2%
Nelson Regionnx79.3%65.6%nn
Tasman Regionnnn85.7%nn
West Coast Regionn73.7%n85.0%nx
Canterbury Regionxp68.6%89.3%xx
Otago Regionnnnnnn
Southland Regionnn22.7%nnn
New Zealand57.3%55.9%63.0%62.0%61.4%53.4%