Annual Report : Annual Report 2011-2012
STATEMENT OF SERVICE PERFORMANCE Performance Information The Museum developed and completed a number of additional offsite initiatives not contemplated by the 2011/2012 Annual Plan. These included: Beyond the Walls Initiatives 20.1 Museum staff attended the 2012 Ngapuhi Festival in Kaikohe, Tala Pasifika and Polyfest 2012 festivals as part of the outreach programme. In Kaikohe, the Museum had iwi taonga on display and staff talked with almost 1,000 visitors to the Ngapuhi festival. All interviewed were pleased that the Museum had made a special effort to bring taonga back to Kaikohe. The festivals provided an opportunity to deepen community engagement in advance of the Identi-tee exhibition. Many festival-goers shared their favourite t-shirt stories, pictures and became part of the Museum‘s online database on the cultural history and use of the t-shirts in New Zealand. 2011/2012 ACTIVITIES WHAT WE SAID WE WOULD DO 21. High quality Family and Community-centred Learning Programmes, which encourage participation from adult learners, Maori and Pasifika communities and the tertiary education sector. Tertiary Tourism and Travel Training Courses. AQUA supporting learning programme. One other new programme based on Maori or Pasifika collections. 2011/2012 PERFORMANCE MEASURES & TARGETS 21.1 Tertiary Tourism Training course approved for at least one training provider. PERFORMANCE STATUS AS AT 30 JUNE 2012 WHAT WE ACHIEVED The Museum actively engaged several tertiary institutions with a view to establishing Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) concerning research and other mutually-beneficial areas. Discussions are continuing. 21.2 AQUA and learning programmes achieve business case performance targets for attendance and participant satisfaction. There was a high uptake of schools visiting the AQUA support learning programme. The total of 9,495 visitors far exceeded the target of 2,121. 93% of teachers who had looked at the AQUA support learning programme pack rated positively for quality. Performance Information Tertiary Institution Partnerships 21.1 The Museum partnered with UNITEC Institute of Technology and AUT University’s schools of design, computing, visual communications, urban planning and architecture to deliver You are Here: Mapping Auckland. 2011/2012 ACTIVITIES WHAT WE SAID WE WOULD DO 22. Lifelong Learning Strategy aligned to the Museum’s brand, vision and audience development strategies 2011/2012 PERFORMANCE MEASURES & TARGETS 22.1 Lifelong Learning Strategy documented peer reviewed and approved by Trust Board, August 2011. PERFORMANCE STATUS AS AT 30 JUNE 2012 WHAT WE ACHIEVED In 2011, the Museum embarked on an evaluation of the Museum’s role in Lifelong Learning for the next 10 years that culminated in a number of recommendations on the vision and role of the Museum in innovative lifetime learning around Museum content. These recommendations were subsumed into the Future Museum Master Plan and accordingly the Trust Board did not require a separate report. 50 BASIS OF MEASUREMENT Reports to the Trust Board. BASIS OF MEASUREMENT Established MoUs with tertiary institutions. Measured by number of visitors to AQUA support learning programme reported via Evaluation Report.
Annual Report 2012-2013