Latest Updates

Latest Updates

Kāhui Ako reports are now available
20/02/2019 9:30 PM

The capability to track progress and identify achievement challenges across a Kāhui Ako has been added to the Progress and Consistency Tool (PaCT). If your school is using PaCT and is part of a Kāhui Ako, you can now choose to share information from PaCT across your network.

The Kāhui Ako reports mirror the kind of reports already available in the school reports but use the results for all participating schools to aggregate and display a Kāhui Ako view. All information that can identify students and teachers is removed from these reports

Who can view Kāhui Ako reports?

Any school that is a member of a Kāhui Ako can opt into Kāhui Ako reporting. You should discuss use of this function with your Kāhui Ako.

  • If you choose to participate in Kāhui Ako reporting you will share your information and be able to view the Kāhui Ako reports for your network.
  • If you do not choose to participate in Kāhui Ako reporting you will not share information or be able to view Kāhui Ako reports.

How do I access Kāhui Ako reports?

Access to Kāhui Ako reports is set by each individual school. If decide to participate, your school administrator should:

1. Go to the manage tab, and in the settings section, select Change Kāhui Ako reporting settings.

kahui image 1 v2

2. You will see a list of the Kāhui Ako that your school is officially a member of. Select Yes, include [your school name] in Kāhui Ako reporting. then click save. If applicable, you can select more than one Kāhui Ako.

Note: whenever a school opts in or out of Kāhui Ako reporting, all participating schools will receive an email notification.

kahui image 2

3. Next select which users will be given the role to access the reports from your school.

  • go to the Manage tab and select Users
  • select who you want to give Kāhui Ako access to
  • select Edit on the right hand side of the screen
  • select Kāhui Ako reports - can generate and view Kāhui Ako reports
  • click Save

Note: users assigned the Kāhui Ako reports role need to log out of PaCT. The changes will occur when they next log in to PaCT.

kahui image 3

What Kāhui Ako reports are available?

There are three reports available from the new Kāhui Ako section of the reports tab. This tab is only available to users who have been given access to Kāhui Ako reporting.

kahui image 4

Year-level report

The year-level report provides a view of the overall judgments for the Kāhui Ako for all year levels. The Kāhui Ako series only aggregates data from the schools who have chosen to participate in
Kāhui Ako reporting. The number of participating schools and total student numbers are shown by year level.

You can add or remove your school to the report to provide a comparison series. You can select a reporting cycle, and filter by gender or ethnicity in the report settings.

kahui image 5

The Kāhui Ako data used for this report can be downloaded as a .csv file so that further analysis can be carried out.

This report is useful for:

  • providing a high-level picture of progress and achievement in reading, writing and/or mathematics in the Kāhui Ako
  • school leaders to get a sense of where their school is in relation to the Kāhui Ako

The cross-school report

The cross-school report provides a year-level view of the overall judgments for each year-level cohort in the schools that have chosen to participate in Kāhui Ako reporting. The number of schools and number of students are shown for the Kāhui Ako (highlighted in yellow) and then for each school. The green band shows the curriculum level that the students in that year level are expected to be working in.

You can select a reporting cycle, and filter by gender or ethnicity in the report settings.

kahui image 6

The data used for this report can be downloaded as a .csv file so that further analysis can be
carried out.

This report is useful for:

  • providing a year-level picture of progress and achievement in reading, writing and/or mathematics in the Kāhui Ako
  • school leaders and across-school teachers to get a sense of where each school is in relation to other schools in the Kāhui Ako
  • informing decisions about specific interventions

The Aspects judgments report

This report shows how the students in each year level are distributed across the signposts that make up each aspect of reading, writing or mathematics. The size of the circle indicates the proportion of the students in the Kāhui Ako who are at that signpost. Clicking on a circle lists the names of the schools and the number of students in each school judged to be at that signpost. The green band shows the curriculum level that the students in that year level are expected to be working in.

You can select a reporting cycle and year level in the report settings.

kahui image 7

This report is useful for:

  • helping across-school teachers to understand the range of knowledge and skills in their Kāhui Ako in relation to each aspect of reading, writing, or mathematics
  • planning professional learning programmes

 

BACK TO NEWS