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Special Report: The flaws in Attainment 8 - Part 1

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Table of Contents The flaws in Attainment 8 – Part 1: 1 New systems have been introduced, do you know about them? 3 What is Attainment 8? 5 Calculating Attainment 8 and Progress 8 6 From model theory into day to day practice. 8 Where does Progress 8 begin? 10 Let’s recap again. 13 Benchmarking the common good in society 15 How the GCSE grading system works? 16 The True Potential of the Child 19 Attainment 8 in Haringey by ethnicity and gender 20 Progress 8 in Haringey by Gender and Ethnicity 22 Male performance In Black and White: 24 Concerns, conversations to be had and solutions. 27 The value of HSKE 31

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The national average is 40% and according to the table boys from the ethnic background of White Other, Black Caribbean, Black African, White Gypsy Roma are achieving below the national average. Those who have “Asian” in them or come from an “Asian” background are either above or have reached the national average. The column representing the females have a similar achievement level but those ethnicities who are above the national average includes Black Caribbean, Black African as well as Asian background. This showed that females did better than males, they were achieving the national average grade or above it and In doing so sometimes concealed significant difference in gender if we were to just look at the combined totals (male and females together). Here is the same table sorted by the difference between the genders. The negative numbers here just represent that the males had higher scores compared to the females and the positive numbers represent that the females scored better Attainment 8 scores than the males. Code Ethnicity Female Male Difference Total REFU Refused 59.5 75.0 -15.5 68.4 APKN Asian Pakistani 43.6 55.1 -11.5 47.0 AOTH Asian Other 46.5 56.3 -9.8 51.2 WROM White Gypsy Roma 18.0 19.8 -1.8 18.9 WBRI White British 54.3 55.6 -1.3 55.0 AIND Asian Indian 52.1 53.0 -0.8 52.6 MWBC Mixed White and Black Caribbean 42.4 40.7 1.7 41.4 OOTH Other 40.9 39.1 1.8 39.8 WIRI White Irish Traveller 31.0 29.1 1.9 29.6 MWAS Mixed White and Asian 64.7 61.1 3.6 62.9 WOTH White Other 42.6 38.9 3.7 40.6 CHNE Chinese 62.7 57.6 5.0 59.8 BCRB Black Caribbean 42.8 36.9 5.9 39.6 MOTH Mixed Other 50.3 44.1 6.2 47.3 ABAN Asian Bangladeshi 49.2 40.1 9.1 45.0 MWBA Mixed White and Black African 52.7 42.9 9.7 48.3 BOTH Black Other 46.2 36.1 10.0 41.0 BAFR Black African 47.1 36.6 10.5 41.8 NOBT Not obtained 48.3 36.6 11.7 41.4 The flaws in Attainment 8 – Part 1: page: 24 of 39 Should schools be most accountable to the community or the government? This is a special feature report published with The Futurist (Haringey) - Episode 01 – 2018 https://www.futuriststeam.co.uk/doclinks/201807-0001.html | View the digital version online | Get all the helpful links and extra resources | [ v1.0 ] 10 th Aug 2018

Progress 8 in Haringey by Gender and Ethnicity This is a table which contains the results of students Progress 8 scores, the table breaks this down by ethnicity and gender of students that go to school in Haringey. This has been sorted using the males data column because the males results are most concerning; being more consistently poor and follow contrasting patterns that are easier to see. Code Ethnicity Female Male Total NOBT Not obtained 0.16 -1.13 -0.52 BOTH Black Other 0.53 -0.75 -0.20 WIRI White Irish Traveller 0.12 -0.74 -0.48 MWBC Mixed White and Black Caribbean -0.09 -0.49 -0.33 MWBA Mixed White and Black African 0.18 -0.36 -0.06 BCRB Black Caribbean 0.09 -0.25 -0.10 BAFR Black African 0.63 -0.08 0.26 WBRI White British 0.32 0.14 0.23 AIND Asian Indian 0.64 0.20 0.41 MOTH Mixed Other 0.57 0.22 0.40 WOTH White Other 0.61 0.28 0.44 OOTH Other 0.50 0.33 0.40 MWAS Mixed White and Asian 0.66 0.36 0.51 ABAN Asian Bangladeshi 0.39 0.38 0.39 APKN Asian Pakistani 1.04 0.76 0.95 AOTH Asian Other 0.60 0.90 0.73 WROM White Gypsy Roma -0.02 1.19 0.39 REFU Refused 0.53 1.24 0.93 CHNE Chinese 1.97 1.43 1.61 In general a positive score means students made better progress than expected. A negative score means they made worse progress than expected. The negative sign on these scores shows the indicated ethnic background is achieving below the national average which is zero (0). The male column have more negative signs, with males of six identified ethnic groupings under performing compared to two female ethnic groupings. With the males we see that five of the six achieving below the national average have the common link of having “Black” in their ethnic designation; Black Other at -0.75, Mixed White and Black Caribbean at -0.49, Mixed White and Black African at -0.36, Black Caribbean at -0.25 and Black African at - 0.08. The non-Black under performer was White Irish Travellers at -0.74 and we also have the “Not obtained” ethnic grouping at -1.13, this last grouping we suspect contains a high proportion of “Black” children in it. The flaws in Attainment 8 – Part 1: page: 25 of 39 Should schools be most accountable to the community or the government? This is a special feature report published with The Futurist (Haringey) - Episode 01 – 2018 https://www.futuriststeam.co.uk/doclinks/201807-0001.html | View the digital version online | Get all the helpful links and extra resources | [ v1.0 ] 10 th Aug 2018

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