Te Huinga: Thursday 2 June. https://kelstongirls.schoolpoint.co.nz/

KELSTON VISION PROJECT

The Kelston Vision Project aims to provide outstanding education for the Kelston Community through seamless educational pathways and strong school collaboration. The schools involved are Kelston Girls’ College, Kelston Boys’ High School, Kelston Intermediate School, St Leonards Road School, and Ko Taku Reo. 

A major component of this is establishing the Kelston Learning Campus: Ngā Ara Mātauranga o Kerehana. This would be a shared site for the secondary schools and possibly the intermediate.

This project was designed to achieve the following:

  • Have an innovative, modern, and responsive learning facility for Kelston located in Kelston.
  • Reduce travel costs and time for those living in Kelston requiring options and facilities not currently available in Kelston.
  • Provide greater economic efficiency through shared resources while preserving a blend of co-educational and single-sex education strategies.
  • Introduce a new education configuration that facilitates schools and local communities working together.
  • Increase collaboration for school-wide implementation of learning strategies for the modern learning environment.
  • Unite schools and the community through the values of courage, community, collaboration, and creativity. 

Community Feedback

The Ministry of Education would like feedback from the community on how the campus could be structured and how this vision for education can be achieved. We would value input from the community to help us shape this project into something that benefits our entire community. 

The infographic outlines the four site options that the Ministry of Education would like feedback on.

You will find more information on this project and can give feedback at www.kvp.school.nz

A feedback survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/kelstonvp

There is a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kelstonvisionproject where you can find information and hear about opportunities for facilitated feedback sessions.

Feedback is open until 14th April. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​