Annual Reporting

Annual Reports

The annual report is one of two key accountability documents that boards of trustees are required to use to inform and report to stakeholders such as the Ministry of Education, Members of Parliament and, most importantly, parents and the wider school community.

The annual report contains the audited annual financial statements that show how the board has applied its financial resources to achieve its charter goals.

The annual report also contains an analysis of any variance between the planned aims, objectives, directions, priorities, or targets (as set out in the school charter) and what the school has actually achieved during the year. The analysis of variance describes how the school has addressed the board's priorities for improving student achievement, and how successful the school's approach has been. The analysis of variance should also provide the basis for plans for the coming year.

As was the case in 2016, there is no requirement to include Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori/National Standards (NAG2A (b) and (c)) information in your annual reports. The NAG2A information is only required to be submitted along with your school charter and analysis of variance before 1 March. Your board may still like to include this information in your annual report to outline the progress and achievement of your students for your school community.


You can find our annual accounts below;
Wakefield School Annual Accounts 2017

You can find our management letter below;
Wakefield School Mangement Letter 2017