Positive Behaviour for Learning School Document

PB4L School-Wide looks at behaviour and learning from a whole-of-school as well as an individual child perspective. The framework is based on international evidence.

The Positive Behaviour for Learning School-Wide framework, otherwise known as PB4L School-Wide, is helping New Zealand schools build a culture where positive behaviour and learning is a way of life.

It’s not about changing the students; it’s about changing the environment, systems and practices you have in place to support them to make positive behaviour choices.

Type: Full Primary (Years 1-8)

M.o.E Institution Number:  2153

Decile: 1

School Roll: 70

District Information: Stratford Regional Council

Regional Information: Taranaki Regional Council

Central Taranaki KĀhui Ako 

The Central Taranaki Kāhui Ako is made up of the following schools: Toko School, Huiakama School, Makahu School, Marc School, Rawhitiroa School, Ngaere School, Eltham Primary School, Stratford Primary School Avon Primary School, Midhirst School, Pembroke School, Stratford High School and Taranaki Diocesan.

We formed as a Kāhui Ako in 2016.  In 2017 our Achievement Challenge was endorsed by the Ministry of Education.

Kim Waite, principal of Toko, is currently Lead Principal.

To find out more about this please click on the following link from the Ministry of Education:  Communities of Learning/Kāhui Ako

We have created a website about our journey as a Kāhui Ako which we hope will be informative and useful:  Central Taranaki Kāhui Ako