In full: Report on MAT's P8 ideas for low achievers

Read the internal report that shows how GORSE Academies Trust considered maximising Progress 8 scores by removing low-achieving students from its rolls
10th October 2019, 1:11pm

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In full: Report on MAT's P8 ideas for low achievers

https://www.tes.com/magazine/archive/full-report-mats-p8-ideas-low-achievers
A Section Of The Report From The Gorse Academies Trust.

An internal document from a multi academy trust reveals it discussed how removing low achieving pupils from a school roll could boost its league table performance.

The internal report from 2016 shows GORSE Academies Trust staff considering how different strategies could be used to achieve the best results.

The suggestions included removing "anchor students" from a school's roll in order to boost Progress 8.


Exclusive: Mat considered removing low performing pupils to boost results

Background: How a MAT looked to improve progress scores

Analysis: Did MAT reduce pupils' education to a numbers game?


GORSE Academies Trust have said this was a theoretical discussion and that it did not follow through with any of the "unacceptable" practices that were discussed.

The document is published below. Names have been redacted by Tes


 

 

The Gorse Academy document

 

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The Gorse Academies document

 

Page 5 of the Gorse Academy document.

 

The Gorse Academies document

 

The Gorse Academies document.

 

The Gorse Academies document.

 

The Gorse Academies document

 

The Gorse Academies document

 

The Gorse Academies document.

 

The Gorse Academies document.

 

The Gorse Academies document

 

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The Gorse Academies document.
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The Gorse Academies document.

 

 

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