Annual Report 2016 - Part one
Section 19B reports
The Vote Education Section 19B Report in Relation to Non-Departmental Appropriations for the year ended 30 June 2016 was presented to the House in accordance with section 19B of the Public Finance Act 1989 on 20 October 2016.
Parts 2 and 3 of the Annual Report 2016
Download the full Annual Report 2016 to view:
- Part 2 — Statements of service Performance
- Part 3 — Annual financial statements.
Amendment to the report
Since being tabled, the Statement of Cash Flows has been amended for a minor editorial error.
Guide to this report
Please note Part 2 – Statements of service performance and Part 3 – Annual financial statements are available in PDF only in the full Annual Report 2016 [PDF, 1.2 MB].
Part 1 - Our performance story
This section outlines our key achievements during 2015/16 and how our work has delivered against the priorities set out in the Ministry of Education’s Four Year Plan 2015-2019.
It outlines the performance framework for the year and reports on progress against our three long-term outcomes:
- The education system is relevant and reaches all children and students
- Every child and student achieves educational success
- New Zealanders have skills and knowledge for work and life.
It then reports on progress during 2015/16 in our stewardship role and managing the Ministry itself, through sections on:
- Effective stewardship of the education system
- Building capability and managing responsibly.
Part 2 - Statements of service performance
The statements of service performance set out our service objectives, our actual achievements against our targets and financial information on the costs of the activities undertaken. They are audited and provide end-of-year reporting against the departmental information in the Estimates of Appropriations 2015/16 for Vote Education and Vote Tertiary Education.
Part 3 - Annual financial statements
The financial statements cover all financial and human resources used by the Ministry to deliver the goods and services purchased by the Minister of Education and the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment.
These statements are followed by a financial commentary, supplementary information and notes to the financial statements that provide more detailed information.