In this section you'll find:
- narratives that show how schools in partnership with Police have implemented school-wide interventions to address issues that impact on student achievement and student safety
- other stories about educators developing effective teaching and learning activities with a goal of preventing issues that impact on student achievement or safety; or students taking action for the safety of themselves, their friends, whānau, family and community/iwi.
School-wide intervention narratives
Each year Police and schools submit narratives, or case studies, of how individual schools, in partnership with Police, address identified and prioritised problems that are impacting on student achievement and student safety.
Browse through our bank of over 100 narratives from schools all over New Zealand.
Murrays Bay Primary School
After a surge in graffiti and vandalism at Murrays Bay School, teacher Fleur Knight used the concept of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to involve her students in designing their own environment. Read about this in the Education Gazette.
Submit a school story
We are looking for stories about how your school is trying to prevent problems that impact on student achievement and student safety.