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Raising achievement of black Caribbean pupils

Jan McKenley

Raising achievement of black Caribbean pupils

good practice in Lambeth schools, February 2003

by Jan McKenley

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Published by Lambeth Education .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJan McKenley ... [et al.].
ContributionsLambeth (London, England). Education. Research and Statistics Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination72p. :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16345158M

pupils and the achievement of all pupils narrowed nationally in the second half of the decade, albeit slowly. In summer , 40 per cent of African-Caribbean students in England aged 16 achieved five or more higher grades in public examinations, including English and mathematics, compared with per cent for all pupils. This is the usual. the relative performance of Black Caribbean pupils begins high, starts to decline F. "Raising the achievement of Caribbean pupils in British schools: Unacknowledged problems and challenges for policy makers" London Review of Education. P. "Mentors and role models: Masculinity and the educational under-achievement of young.

  I was shocked to find that the attainment and progress of Black Caribbean pupils is significantly below average and has been stagnant for many decades. With Black Caribbean pupils being permanently excluded at three times the rate of white pupils, and statistically being the least likely ethnic group to acquire 3 A grades or better at A-level. The Aiming High: African Caribbean Achievement Project launched by the DfES in November aims to work with leaders of schools to develop a whole school approach to raising the achievement of African Caribbean pupils. The thirty Aiming High schools were provided with extra resources.

  Much of his work in this book focuses on the experience of African Caribbean pupils. The book’s sub title poses the question as to whether racism in education and specifically white success and black failure is a coincidence or conspiracy. There is plenty of evidence in the book to suggest that educational inequality is not accidental. 50% of pupils in a cohort are either African Caribbean or Black African then they are my pupils and therefore it’s a question of raising the achievement of all pupils. But because we have known and followed the national issues of Black boys being marginalized and not succeeding then we have implemented a number of strategies.


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Raising the achievement of Black Caribbean h eritage pupils, as a means of increasing our understanding of the ways in which schools can enhan ce pupils’ academic achievement.

Overall the Author: Feyisa Demie. ABSTRACTThis research aims to examine the success factors behind raising the achievement of Black Caribbean pupils with focus on leadership and work force diversity factors.

Drawing on case studies Raising achievement of black Caribbean pupils: good practice for developing leadership capacity and workforce diversity in schools: School Leadership & Management: Cited by: 1.

Raising Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils: Good Practice for Developing Leadership Capacity and Workforce Diversity in Schools Demie, Feyisa School Leadership & Management, Cited by: 1.42% of Black Caribbean pupils attained level 4+ in English, 58% attained level 4+ in maths and.

83% in science. The achievement of Black Caribbean pupils, particularly the boys, is a real. Raising Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils.

The aim of this research article is to investigate how pupils from Black Caribbean backgrounds are helped to achieve high standards in British schools and to identify a number of significant common themes for success in raising the achievement. It draws evidence of good practice from 13 case study schools in the local education authority (LEA).Cited by:   Yet Black Caribbean heritage pupils' achievements lag far behind the average achievement of the majority of their peers and the gap is growing at the end of primary and secondary education.

Despite much academic debate and policy makers' concern about underachievement in schools, the needs of Black Caribbean pupils have not been addressed in. national reports on the successful achievement of Black Caribbean pupils in three primary and six 1 For example William Vassall of Clapham Common lived on slave plantation income.

Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils: Three Successful Primary Schools 1 1 In this report, the term Black Caribbean is used to identify pupils whose families originate from the Caribbean.

Dual heritage pupils with one Black Caribbean parent have been included. Black Caribbean pupils, both girls and boys, also appear to be in trouble in school more often than their peers. For the past six years, the annual report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils: Good Practice in Secondary Schools 1.

Raising Black Caribbean and BAME Achievement. Haringey: success unequally shared 2 Children and young people in Haringey attend some of the best schools in the pupils % Pupil Premium Black African 5, 51% Black Caribbean 2, 51% White Ot 26% White British 7, 13%.

raising the achievement of Black Caribbean heritage pupils, as a means of increasing our understanding of the ways in which schools can enhance pupils academic achievement.

Raising the Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils NATIONAL CONFERENCE - Friday 26 January (ampm) Jeffery Hall, UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL.

CONFERENCE AIMS. This conference aims to improve teaching and learning for Black Caribbean pupils in the classroom. It looks in. Raising the achievement of Black Caribbean, African and Dual Heritage Pupils Author: MKC/HBS Last modified by: GREESKA Created Date: 9/1/ PM Company: MKC - HBS Other titles: Raising the achievement of Black Caribbean, African and Dual Heritage Pupils.

Raising the Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils: Barriers to Learning and Good Practice The course will explore in detail the barriers to learning and good practice in succesful schools to raise the achievement of Black Caribbean pupils.

Buy Raising Achievement of Black Caribbean Pupils by Chris Power from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:   In % of black Caribbean pupils, and % of pupils of mixed white and black Caribbean heritage, achieved 5 or more A*-C grades, compared to % nationally.

How successful schools engage with wider social issues and tackle any negative aspects of the youth culture which might engulf some boys from Black Caribbean backgrounds. Trainer: Dawn Ferdinand: Training objectives: To consider the role and methods of: •Early identification of vulnerable Black Caribbean children and families.

The attainment of minority ethnic pupils 10 Bangladeshi pupils 10 Black Caribbean pupils 11 Pakistani pupils 11 Gypsy Traveller pupils 11 School initiatives to raise the attainment of minority ethnic pupils i.

School aims and equal opportunities policies 12 ii. The collection and use of attainment data 13 iii. Teaching Teaching strategies Teachers publication: Born to be Great, A Charter on raising the achievement of African Caribbean pupils and asked for this to be circulated to all Brent schools.

The next steps for this work are crucial, important decisions need to be made to ensure that this work is embedded across the council and remains a priority until the issues are resolved.

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.

A scheme designed to reduce the persistent under-achievement of black pupils is achieving good results, the government says. It is extending the Black Pupils' Achievement Programme to cover School Approach to Raising the Achievement of African Caribbean Youth ().

This short briefing paper is to support the discussions at the GTC teacher meeting focused on Black and minority ethnic issues in teaching and learning. It is designed to present what we.