OFSTED: How a school fakes their data. Part 4

In the contining examples of a London based school allowing children to assualt, beat, and cheat their way through school this latest article explores the issue deleting children off the register, and the effects that has on the school and the children.

This school, known as School1, is based in London, and has an almost outstanding OFSTED report, desite the dire state its in, this is due to a combination of fraud, dishonestly, and bad practices in the school, which cover up the facts from OFSTED.

School1, like all schools, is marked on a variety off issues including attendance and exam results. If there is a child that is constantly violent, refuses to attend school, and will fail exams – this is bad for the school, and lowers their statistics.

There are two ways of addressing this

(1) fix the problem and educate the child, as is expected at school

(2) delete the child from the records so that they don’t count towards the statistics. 

School1, unsurprisingly, goes for option 1. The child still attends the school, when he/she choses to. The child may even attend exams, but they are not on the books, more importantly, they are not on the books anywhere. They are “off the system”, so to speak.

This means that the child’s health, education, reading age, risk of abuse, or any other metric designed to protect the children, are not monitored.

Advertisements

3 Responses to “OFSTED: How a school fakes their data. Part 4”

  1. OFSTED: How a school fakes their data. Part5 « Data – Where is it? Says:

    […] The plan is simple as it is dishonest, lie and hide the evidence. The bad students are deleted off the register anyway, so part of the problem is […]

  2. OFSTED: How a school fakes their data. Part1 « Data – Where is it? Says:

    […] that cause real problems are deleted off the register, therefore resolving that statistical […]

  3. OFSTED: How a school fakes their data. Part 5 « Data – Where is it? Says:

    […] The plan is simple as it is dishonest, lie and hide the evidence. The bad students are deleted off the register anyway, so part of the problem is […]


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: