Trends School performances MAC Children
up to the end of 2018
Trends Primary school performances P1-P6
From January 2017 the children went to school as full-fledged children, with uniforms, books and pens. In April 2018 the library was opened. In the weekends and holidays the children can study there with their own text books. While in 2016 the children went to12 different primary schools, this was reduced in 2018 to only 5 different schools. A total of 161 children from the community go to the primary school.
At the end of every Term (3 terms a year) a child gets a report with the Marks obtained and the Ranking in the class (total P1, total P2 etc) e.g. nr. 10 out of 80 children or 15 out of 56 children.
Explanation of the Graph "Ranking"
If a child has a ranking 22nd out of 100 children it gets a score of 100 – 22 = 78 in the graph, a ranking 15 out of 30 children gives a score of 50 (halfway the class)
The graph below shows clearly that the average ranking scores of the MAC children are better than non-MAC children and that there is clearly rising line from the end of 2016. However, in some classes there is a large number of MAC children, this makes it difficult to improve the ranking performance. They are more competing amongst themselves.
Explanation of the Graph "Marks obtained"
For every subject a child can get a maximum of 100 marks.
If there are 5 subjects and a child has a score of 350 Marks he or she has a score of 70% in the graph.
The performance of the children has improved a little again.
Trends Primary school performances P6-P7
P6 and P7 students of two schools get the same rating system as used at the Secondary schools.
The lower the score, the better the performance.
!!! All children but one had a DIV ONE grade
The lower the score,
the better the performance.
Used fata for the graphs for the Primary School
Data for 2016: 83 children
Data for 1st term 2017: 94 children
Data for 2nd term 2017: 103 children
Data for 3rd term 2017: 97 children
Data for 1st term 2018: 135 children (+ 26 in P6/7)
Data for 2nd term 2018: 131 children (+ 26 in P6/7)
Data for 3rd term 2018: 116 children (+20 in P6/P7)
Trends Secondary school (S1-S3) performances
Students of class 4 of the secondaire school (O level) will get their results only in Februari