Monia I would really like to see this false anti-Polish propoganda
Now I see in this list of news articles, 'balance'. Currently in the list there are one or two naughty people/murderers. Is reporting on the naughty ones anti-Polish propaganda? No it's news.
Even , the fact , that having Polish children in schols is an asset , you gain a lot in other spheres too.
I read that article when it was first presented. Now I have a little experience so can comment with some conviction. At my partners children's school, there is ONE Polish, young lady who has done exceedingly well. She is a special child and her parents are justifiably proud of her. She is a very pleasant, polite young lady. She was born here. The rest are either running mid class or struggling to come to terms with the language. A great deal of extra support is provided for the ESL children which of course is expensive and drains resources.
The Daily Mail article is misleading. I was surprised at its conclusion so I did a bit of research. The nearest school to us has a high percentage of ESL children. In one class of thirty there are 17 ESL children. This school is new and a very popular choice with Polish parents, but is the lowest achieving. The local Catholic school again has a higher level of ESL children. This has better results. The C of E School that my partners children attend is doing very well. This school has on average 3 ESL children per class. Admittedly this school is in an area that gets substantially more investment because it is in an extremely poor area of town. I think that overall it is more complicated than just how many ESL children there are in a class. It also depends very much on how much input parents give to a child's education also. It is notable that some some Polish families excel with the level of input. My conclusion is that if there are 2 or 3 ESL children in a class, then that should be considered a benefit to all the children in the class. It also helps prevent an us and them scenario. If there is a high percentage of ESL children in a class, then it will slow the children down overall.
You get newcomers with the highest IQ in Europe .
I think it would be reasonable to assume that if you had a high IQ then you would have had a reasonable job in Poland so why would you come to the UK. If you have transferable skills then fine, you can do it, but if you are a solicitor then you are hardly going to come here to pack fruit are you. Mostly Monia we got the lower end of the scale!
just some wacko Jewish press is not . But who takes them seriously ?
You obviously do or you would ignore it.