Minority ethnic children: Total (10)
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This survey explores the educational experience of Bangladeshi pupils in English schools. The schools were chosen to reflect schools of different types in the local education authorities which have relatively high numbers of Bangladeshi pupils. The proportion of Bangladeshi pupils in the schools ranged from 11% to 59%.
- 07 May 2004
- Ref 513
To establish a fuller basis of information, data from inspections and on attainment and exclusions were analysed for secondary schools with 10% or more Black Caribbean pupils. Based on 2000 data, there were 129 such schools, which between them cater for about 40% of the Black Caribbean pupil population. These 129 schools are referred to as the ‘survey schools’. The 47 schools that were able to respond are referred to as the ‘sample schools’.
- 26 Apr 2002
- Ref 448
This report focuses on three successful schools which provide an environment in which Black Caribbean pupils flourish. The study involved detailed examination of the schools’ data, documentation, pupil records and systems. The first part of the report examines the common features of the schools. The case studies that follow exemplify those features in the different contexts of the three schools.
- 26 Apr 2002
- Ref 447
Luton LEA wrote to Ofsted offering to participate in any thematic inspection that might be undertaken on issues relating to LEA provision in areas with large numbers of minority ethnic pupils. This report comments on the success of the council in dealing with the challenge of promoting community cohesion in an ethnically diverse town.
- 19 Nov 2002
- Ref 1330
This document focuses on new evidence that examines how different groups share in the rising levels of attainment at the end of compulsory schooling. We draw on the best available evidence in the field. It is hoped that by clarifying the facts in this particular area this review will contribute to moving the debate forward.
- 30 Nov 2000
- Ref 232
This report evaluates recent developments in work by local education authorities (LEAs) and schools to promote higher achievement by minority ethnic groups. It follows up Ofsted ’s 1999 report, Raising the attainment of minority ethnic pupils: school and LEA responses.
- 17 Oct 2001
- Ref 326
This survey report illustrates good practice in work on race equality and education in schools and local authorities in England. The survey found that effective incorporation of matters on race and diversity into the curriculum can contribute to teaching and learning and support pupils' attainment.
- 22 Nov 2005
- Ref 589
A survey of a wide range of colleges and inspection reports was carried out by Ofsted and the Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) between May 2004 and June 2005. The main purpose of the survey was to evaluate progress and good practice in response to the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000.
- 22 Nov 2005
- Ref 2463
Unfortunately this publication is out of print and unavailable from Ofsted. You may be able to obtain a copy from your local library. The British Library may also be able to help you. However, please note that its services are priced.
- 01 Jan 1999
- Ref 170
The survey set out to answer these questions:
- Has the extent and quality of professional development improved under the new funding regime?
- To what extent have headteachers used devolved funding to support professional development?
- What are the features of good professional development for raising the attainment of pupils with EAL and under-attaining groups?
- How are schools and local education authorities (LEAs) monitoring the impact of this professional development?
- 01 Oct 2002
- Ref 459