Education Review Office visits focus on finding ways to strengthen the teaching and learning in a school. When they visit your school, they'll be interested to know how your school library supports teaching and learning.
How an ERO visit works
Early in the school year, ERO notifies your school that they plan to visit some time during the year to review your school. About 6 weeks beforehand, ERO tells you the specific dates they'll be visiting — usually 3 to 4 days.
What they look for
During the visit, the ERO team:
- focuses on Ministry of Education (MOE) priority areas of special interest
- follows up recommendations from previous visits
- investigates other areas determined in consultation with your school.
Members of the team may have specific areas of expertise, depending on the areas chosen for investigation.
Education Review Office — information about ERO's evaluation indicators and frameworks, guides for educators and parents, and published reviews of individual schools