With IES, how many of these roles might your school have?

What is your school roll?

How $360 million* could be spent

Investing in Educational Success

Principal time

Now

Your Principal 100% of the time

IES

Your Principal 0% of the time.
Access to a CoS Executive Principal 0% of the time.
A replacement of 0.4 FTTE.

Across-School teacher time

Now

Your teachers 100% of the time

IES

Your teachers 0% of the time.
Access to a CoS teacher 16% of the time.
A replacement of 0.4 FTTE.

In-School teacher time

Now

Your teachers 100% of the time

IES

Your teachers 0% of the time.
An additional release of 0.08 FTTE

You also get

$1,000 operations grant

5 Hrs/Teacher per year extra release time

A better plan

0 extra teacher aide hours per week

That means an extra 0 teacher aides per week

Or 0 extra children in your school could get ORS funding

This means roughly $0 in extra ORS funding

Or all Kiwi kids could get

100% qualified teachers in ECE services

+

Smaller classes 1:25 ratio for years 4-8

+

Sharing success fund Increased funding for effective collaboration & innovative teaching practice that supports student success

+

Access to $20 million extra Funding for Māori initiatives

Compare the options for $360 million* funding

Investing in Educational Success

The impact of the IES on a particular school depends on the number of roles each school in a Community of Schools (“CoS”) is allocated, following the approval of its establishment by the Minister of Education.

A better plan

The NZEI Better Plan reflects alternative areas of investment, including support for genuine collaborative practice, based on what parents and teachers say will more effectively benefit children’s learning.