Charter and Strategic Plans

The Ministry of Education's NAG 2, (National Achievement Guidelines 2) requires that boards of trustees, with the principal and staff, develop a charter and strategic plan which documents how they are giving effect to the National Education Guidelines through their policies, plans and programmes, including those for curriculum, National Standards, assessment and staff professional development.

Updating the charter occurs annually when annual report data, (including analysis of variance data) is gathered, analysed and used to set annual aims and targets for the following year.

Every year the board of trustees reviews the charter and strategic plan to ensure the hopes and aspirations contained in the charter are still relevant to the school, its students and the community. To achieve this all key stakeholders, being parents, whanau, iwi and the students themselves, are invited to review the strategic plan and charter and make submissions for consideration in the strategic plan to the address below.


ERO Review 2015

"Woodlands Park School has continued to use self review to ensure that the school promotes student learning and well-being. The school is capably led and governed and works in partnership with parents and whānau to provide students with a broad and relevant curriculum". (Education Review Office 2015)


Charter and Strategic Plan



Annual Financial Statement