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Raising the attainment of minority ethnic pupils
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In half the schools, no Gypsy traveller child has yet sat for GCSE," says the HMI report, Raising the Achievement of Minority Ethnic Pupils. It added: "Gypsy traveller pupils . Despite the positive attainment patterns of a number of minority ethnicity groupings and the academic success of many individual pupils, the grouped attainment figures for several Black and Mixed ethnicities are below national averages and some decline through the key stages. Promoting better engagement and raising academic.
Attainment – GCSES (5 A*-C grades including Maths and English) Attainment by ethnicity has improved since /7, and achievement gaps between some ethnic groups and the national level have disappeared. Other ethnic groups, such as Chinese students, have far higher levels of attainment compared to the national level. The ‘Aiming High, Raising the Attainment of Minority Ethnic Pupils ’ strategy (DfES ) gives greater impetus to ensure that the needs of minority ethnic pupils are being met with effective and targeted mainstream provision.
'This book is a comprehensive toolkit for every school that has children from minority ethnic groups. Raising Attainment of Pupils from Culturally-diverse Backgrounds.\/span>\n \u00A0 Helping you to ensure that every pupil fulfils their potential, this book draws on the authors\' research and practical experience to demonstrate what can. Briefing on ethnicity and educational attainment, June Ethnicity in schools • In state-funded primary schools per cent of pupils (of compulsory school age and above) were classified as being of minority ethnic origin, an increase from per cent in
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The attainment of the minority ethnic groups 8 While the attainment of minority ethnic groups as a whole is improving, some groups continue to underachieve: • The performance of Bangladeshi and Pakistani pupils in the early years of schooling remains depressed. Once they become proficient in English, however, their attainment often matches or evenFile Size: KB.
`This is a wonderful book. It functions as an important contribution as to how teachers and schools can help black and minority ethnic pupils to raise their attainment and fulfil their potential ′′Aiming High′′ is not only for minority ethnic pupils but also for all : Marie Parker-Jenkins.
′′Aiming High′′ is not only for minority ethnic pupils but also for all educators. Raising attainment is not our only aim, what is important is to help every pupil to become the best they can be.
This is the important message the authors of this book are trying to deliver and I totally agree with this′ - Author: Marie Parker-Jenkins, Des Hewitt, Simon Brownhill.
In the last 40 years there have been continual outcries about the education of children whose parents are not indigenous to Britain.
The waves of migration to Britain from the colonies and the wide Cited by: 1. There is a growing body of literature highlighting improvements in the educational attainment of Black and minority ethnic pupils in compulsory education.
However, it is clear that gaps in attainment levels between Black and minority ethnic pupils and others remain. The Ofsted Report, “Raising the Attainment of Minority Ethnic Pupils – School and LEA Responses” indicates that the attainment of minority ethnic groups as File Size: 1MB.
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SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. 22, 26, 27 Raising the attainment of minority ethnic pupils, Ofsted,HMI 23 DfES Statistical First Release: Pupil characteristics and class sizes in Maintained schools in England, January (provisional) SFR 09/ 24,25 The Education of Travelling Children, Ofsted, pupils begins high, starts to decline in Key Stage 2, tails off badly in Key Stage 3 and is below that of most other ethnic groups at Key Stage 4.
Such evidence reinforced the findings of detailed studies of schools and LEAs in OFSTED’s report,Raising the Attainment of Minority Ethnic Pupils: School and LEA Responses(OFSTED, ).File Size: KB.
often live in disadvantaged areas. Most pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds live in and around the big cities: three quarters attend schools in a third of local authorities. 40% attend schools in London, which has just 16% of the population of England.
Research1 suggests that social class strongly influences minority ethnic Size: KB. Strategies for raising attainment of ethnic minority groups • An extensive literature explores the factors associated with the different educational performance of various ethnic groups.
There is much less evidence that allows robust conclusions to be drawn about the impact of specific strategies on raising attainment of ethnic minority Size: KB. The beauty of this book is that it can be used by individual teachers or schools or by teacher trainers. "Aiming high" is not only for minority ethnic pupils but also for all educators.
Raising attainment is not our only aim, what is important is to help every pupil to become the best they can be.5/5(1). Section of the Education Act was of crucial importance in raising the attainment of pupils from minority ethnic groups, but the impact of these staff on policy and provision in schools was variable and depended heavily on the commitment of senior managers in Size: KB.
''Aiming High'' is not only for minority ethnic pupils but also for all educators. Raising attainment is not our only aim, what is important is to help every pupil to become the best they can be.
This is the important message the authors of this book are trying to deliver and I totally agree with this'. But in Ofsted, in its publication, Raising the Attainment of Minority Ethnic Pupils, said: 'The gap between Afro-Caribbean pupils and the rest of the school population continues to widen.
The kit focuses on having high expectations for students, creating a positive school culture and ethos, tackling prejudice and promoting inclusion, mentoring students, involving parents in their children's schools, providing academic support, and conducting ethnic monitoring to identify problems and shortcomings in the educational system.
The Consultation Document, ‘Aiming High: Raising the Achievement of Minority Ethnic Pupils’, outlines the Government’s commitment to continuing to raise standards for all young people whatever their ethnic or cultural background, and ensuring that all education policies truly address the needs of.
• Schools which are successful in raising the attainment of minority ethnic pupils share broadly similar approaches to the creation of a genuinely inclusive school is true whether their intake is highly diverse or predominantly white.
pupils’ culture and respects their lifestyle, for example, culturally reflective resources are used in the teaching and learning for all pupils. • Raising the profile of race equality within the school will lead to more effective practice for all pupils and promote respect for minority ethnic groups, including Gypsy Travellers.
Part 3 - What works in raising the attainment of pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds: provides an overview of measures that can help to support the high attainment and attendance of pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds and EAL pupils.
This section features case studies in a number of key areas, including mentoring. on the reasons why Black or ethnic minority children are underachieving. However, in Table 2 shows that the attainment of all pu pils has been exceptionally high.
Of the raising pupils Author: Feyisa Demie.Black and Minority Ethnic pupils Academic attainment Attainment of 5 or more GCSE A*-C Ethnic Origin Bangladeshi 25 33 29 Black 23 29 39 Indian 48 54 60 Pakistani 23 29 29 White 45 47 50 (adapted from DfES Youth Cohort Study, ).File Size: KB.support for raising the attainment of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds is integral to the pursuit of higher education and part of school improvement.
Government reports have also emphasized the need to develop appropriate strategies to raise the attainment of all pupils.