School Report is an education resource for parents and others interested in education.
It includes the academic results for every school where the National Standards or the National Certificate for Educational Achievement (NCEA) is used. Information about the socio-economic background of students, ethnicity and funding is also included on each school's page.
NCEA and National Standards results for every school up until 2014 are now on School Report.
In 2015, NCEA results for every year dating back to 2004 have also been added.
For schools where NCEA is used, pass rates and endorsements - overall and broken down by gender and ethnicity - can be examined for any year from 2004 to 2014. A timeseries graph on each school's page shows how NCEA pass rates have changed since 2004.
The information on School Report is designed to help readers learn more about a school. It's not possible to make definitive judgements about any school just by looking at its page on this site.
On each school's page, there is a link to its latest assessment by the Education Review Office (ERO). Reading these reports, as well as visiting and talking to the staff and parents at a school, are good ways of learning more about it.
On this page, you can search for a specific school or for schools in a particular city or suburb by typing an entry into the search bar, above.
To view an individual school's page, you must login. If you don't have a Stuff account, you can set one up quickly here.
An individual school's page includes all of the information and links, including contact details, on it. Alternatively, up to five schools can be chosen for a shortlist, which shows just the academic results of the chosen schools on a single page. To add schools to a shortlist, click on the 'add' option on the right of the search results page, then to see them all together click on 'view school data'.
There are separate sections with more information about National Standards, the NCEA and School Report.
School Report data has come from official sources such as the Education Ministry and the Education Review Office. We have done our very best to make sure everything is up to date and accurate.
We'll look at potential errors brought to our attention and correct them if necessary. If you have suggestions, feedback or ideas about how to make School Report better, email us at email@example.com.
Design and development: Andy Ball and Cameron Roberts
Data: Andy Fyers
Editor: John Hartevelt