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Achievement in Boys’ Schools – Cathy Wylie and Melanie Berg

Cathy Wylie is a Chief Researcher at NZCER (New Zealand Council of Educational Research) and Melanie Berg is an Assistant Statistician.  This report explores the achievement of school leavers from state and state-integrated boys’ schools.  The analysis from 2010 to 2012 shows school leavers from state boys’ schools had higher qualifications than their male counterparts who attended state co-educational schools.  The research was carried out for the Association of Boys’ Schools of New Zealand.  In 2012, 28 percent of boys leaving state and state integrated schools came from 43 boys’ schools.  The study gathered data from each school on the percentage of their school leavers who attained University Entrance, at least NCEA level 2 or equivalent, or left school without a qualification. Medians were then calculated for each qualification category for boys’ schools, and comparable data gathered from state and state-integrated coeducational secondary schools for male school leavers.

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Covid-19

Thank you for your understanding and continued support through this difficult and rapidly changing time. Changes have been imposed to School term times and the school holidays will now run from Monday 30 March to Tuesday 14 April 2020.   Term 2 will begin on Wednesday 15 April with distance learning, the school site will remain closed. We will be supporting student learning from home in the following ways:
  • through online learning platforms which will be communicated directly by the students' teachers
  • Students need to ensure that they have access to their school email address
  • provision of a learning pack for students in year 7-10
  • making adjustments to the NCEA programme by adjusting the type and number of credits available. Specific details of this will follow from individual departments.
We will continue to update you with changes as soon as we can. Stay home, Stay Safe, Stay Strong