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Black children achieve biggest rise in test and exam results of any ethnic group, new figures show

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more affs now init

 

kwame & chuku>>>>>

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Hopefully, this is across the board... Africans, Caribbeans etc

 

Good to see some positive news for a change

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'It is particularly through sponsored academies, where long-term under-performing local-authority-run schools are being turned around by brilliant sponsors, that black pupils are benefiting.
 
'There are proportionately far more black pupils in academies than in council schools, and the improving performance of black pupils is reflected in the improvements in academies.'
 
 
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theres truth to this

 

went to an academy myself, a lot more opportunities to do well. more black male teachers as well.

 

not till i went to some next place for sixth form (which i regret) that i realised how rare that was.

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from such a low base it wasnt exactly hard to make improvements

 

but I shouldnt sneeer at blacks finally taking education more seriously

 

maybe we can see how this links with the rise of black fathers.. seeing a lot more with children recently maybe they are affs though

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ok... what is the difference between:

 

PREP SCHOOL

 

PRIVATE SCHOOL

 

STATE SCHOOL

 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL

 

ACADEMY

 

 

?!?!?!?

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Aff excellence.

 

Only Aff?

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Africans more than likely. They actually respect and understand the value of education.

Caribbeans (Jamaicans) are still carrying some huge chip on their shoulder at school. Especially ones that grow up with women only. Black British Caribbean women are sometimes a liability to their children.

Their fathers don't even bear speaking about.

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Wouldnt call them a liability but theres definitely a different attitude towards education and sadly life.

Ive said it once and ill say it again caribs cotch with di daemonz way too much....

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You lot are completely wrong. Not gna bother going into why cos one should not cast pearls unto swine.

I am a shining example of a British born Jamaican from a single parent family who is an academic success an winning at life. I am not the only one of my kind. I was born into poverty

We dnt need you to rate us. We rate ourselves

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Boy most people that go private school i know wernt born into 'poverty' still

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Im glad that you are winning grafter and Yeah there definitely are successful caribs.Im proud to say i know a couple.

But still theres nothing wrong with us talking about these issues. Living in denial doesn't make the problem go away

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Good post

Right on brotherman

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Boy most people that go private school i know wernt born into 'poverty' still

Yh most people I know too

Successful jamaicans are not a minority at all

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True Grafter. You are not wrong.

However, you are a woman (questionable), and it's been long noted that the malaise facing Afro-Caribbeans affects males more than females.

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grafter if u were born into poverty then went private school that's only either cos u had a scholarship or ur parents grafted (lol)

u are definitely still a minority tho in the general thing

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she's hasn't said she went to private school

just that she was born into poverty and now is flourishing like others have for ages.

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lol but lets be real

 

Most if not all of the people I know from former and current friend circles doing stuff are Africans

 

There's no need to try and say we are all as bad as each other, it is clear that the first generation of British-Africans had a different culture to that of the Carribs, which is now being reflected in our schools and performance

 

More inclined towards that of Asians given the similarities in our cultures in fact

 

This isn't a controversial thing, it's just how things are panning out

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Talkin a bag of S

How many 14 year olds do you have in your current or former friends circles?

Thats what is being discussed here.

And LOL @ thinking you're more inclined towards asians

Typical west aff tribalist BS

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Affs have very little in common with asians tbf.

From a cultural pov

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Talkin a bag of S

How many 14 year olds do you have in your current or former friends circles?

Thats what is being discussed here.

And LOL @ thinking you're more inclined towards asians

Typical west aff tribalist BS

Lol

Okay

Well I see 15 year old every Monday during term time and you know what? More affs, less carribs and those that are there play up more.

In terms of Asians, our core principle values of family structure and education are very similar I dunno how anybody can see fault in this as it has been accepted my many alike

I dunno what triablist means, but all I know is that those from my tribe for example have many societies where we meet monthly and discuss things for the progression of our people. Each group is formed from people from a particular town.

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