Information on Teaching Staff in schools from 2004-2017.
Information on State and State integrated school teachers is obtained from the Ministry of Education's teacher payroll data warehouse. The data reported on State and State Integrated teaching staff represents those employed at the beginning of April.
One-on-One Dimensional Tables for Teaching Staff
Teaching staff that are reported here include principals, management, class room teachers, resource teachers, guidance counselors and therapists.
The size of the teaching force can be measured either as a head count or in terms of full time teacher equivalents (FTTE).
Time Series for Teaching Staff
- Time Series by designation and gender 2004-2017 [MS Excel 24KB]
- Time Series: schooling 2008-2017 [MS Excel 543KB]
Teaching Staff Data Dimension Notes
The Designation (e.g: Principal) and its Designation Descriptions (e.g. 2nd Principal) are listed in the Teaching Staff Dimenion Notes below:
- 2nd Principal.
- Deputy Principal
- Associate Principal
- Principal - 2nd Deputy
- Assistant Principal
- Position of Responsibility - MU Holders
- Teacher - Hearing Impaired
- Teacher - Intellectually Impaired
- Teacher - Special Education Assistant
- Teacher - Te Atakura
- Teacher - Visually Impaired
- Careers Advisor
- Resource Teacher Māori
- Resource Teacher Literacy
- Resource Teacher Visually Impaired
- Resource Teacher Intellectually Impaired
- Resource Teacher Learning Behaviour
- Assistant Severe Disabilities
- Resource Teacher Learning Support
- Community Education Co-ordinator
- Community Education Tutor
- Community Education Assistant Co-ordinator
- Community Education Liaison Assistant
- Guidance Counsellor
- Guidance Counsellor Trainee
- Occupation Therapist
- Speech Language Therapist
- Cook Island Māori
- Other Pasific Island
- Other Asian
- NZ European/ European / Pakeha
- Unknown/No Response
- No Response
The decile assigned to the school. Students from low socio-economic communities face more barriers to learning than students from high socio-economic communities. Schools that draw their roll from these low socio-economic communities are given greater funding to combat these barriers. The mechanism used to calculate and allocate this additional funding is most often known as school deciles.
Schools are assigned a socio-economic score based on five census derived socio-economic factors. The 10 percent of schools with the lowest scores are considered decile 1 schools, the next 10 percent of schools are considered decile 2 schools, etc. Decile 1 schools have the highest proportion of low SES students.
The allocation of schools into one of three decile groups based on each schools individual decile score. Groups are:
- Low = decile 1-3 schools
- Medium = decile 4-7 schools
- High = decile 8-10 schools
The type of the school, for example, primary school, composite school, secondary school.
The duration of the teachers' positions. This includes whether the role is permanent or temporary and full-time or part-time.
The regional council area the school of the teacher is located in. Regional council boundaries are defined by Statistics New Zealand.
The territorial authority area the school of the teacher is located in. Territorial authority boundaries are defined by Statistics New Zealand.
The education region the school of the member is located in. These are ten administrative regions created by the Ministry of Education and aligned with the Ministry's ten regional offices.
The Ministry of Education local office region the school of the teacher is located in. These are administrative regions created by the Ministry of Education and aligned with the Ministry's twelve local offices.
The area type of the school the teacher is located in: main urban, secondary urban, minor urban, rural.
Data is presented for 2004 through to 2017.