The Impact of Academies on School Connectedness, Future Aspirations and Mental Health in Adolescents from Areas of Deprivation in London

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Frostick, C., Tong, Jin, Moore, D., Renton, A. and Netuveli, G. 2018. The Impact of Academies on School Connectedness, Future Aspirations and Mental Health in Adolescents from Areas of Deprivation in London. Pastoral Care in Education. 36 (4), pp. 325-342.
AuthorsFrostick, C., Tong, Jin, Moore, D., Renton, A. and Netuveli, G.
Abstract

Background. Research shows that school environment impacts significantly on students’ mental health, future aspirations and feelings of school connectedness, which in turn can improve academic outcomes. The UK has seen rising numbers of academy schools in recent years which have been scrutinised for academic performance but overlooked in terms of important aspects of school environment.
Aim. This study compares outcomes for mental health, school connectedness and future aspirations in low-socioeconomic status adolescents attending academy and non-academy schools.
Sample. Data came from 1,284 11-16yr olds attending one of 67 academy or non-academy schools from areas of deprivation in London. 639 complete cases were analysed.
Method. Self-reported measures of school connectedness, future aspirations and mental health, including self-esteem, were analysed and compared using linear regression clustered at school level, adjusting for the effects of gender, ethnicity, school year and affluence.
Results. Adolescents attending academies were found to have significantly higher levels of school connectedness than those at non-academy schools. No direct effect of academies on mental health or aspirations was found, however school connectedness had a significant, mediating effect on pro-social mental health scores. Academies in this sample can therefore be said to indirectly increase levels of mental health by increasing levels of school connectedness.
Conclusion. These findings highlight the importance of school connectedness for adolescent wellbeing and suggest that academies can be more successful in promoting levels of school connectedness which can then impact positively on individual mental health. More work needs to be done on identifying the structures and processes at work.

JournalPastoral Care in Education
Journal citation36 (4), pp. 325-342
ISSN0264-3944
Year2018
PublisherTaylor & Francis for National Association for Pastoral Care in Education
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/02643944.2018.1528626
Web address (URL)https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2018.1528626
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Online14 Oct 2018
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Deposited10 Sep 2018
Accepted13 Aug 2018
Accepted13 Aug 2018
FunderWellcome Trust
Wellcome Trust
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Characteristics of music teachers and the progress of young instrumentalists
Davidson, Jane W., Moore, D., Sloboda, John A. and Howe, Michael J.A. 1998. Characteristics of music teachers and the progress of young instrumentalists. Journal of Research in Music Education. 46 (1), pp. 141-160.
Social cognition in children with Down's syndrome: challenges to research and theory building
Cebula, Katie R., Moore, D. and Wishart, Jennifer G. 2010. Social cognition in children with Down's syndrome: challenges to research and theory building. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 54 (2), pp. 113-134.
Cognitive and social factors in the development of infants with Down syndrome
Moore, D., Oates, John M., Hobson, R.P. and Goodwin, Julia E. 2002. Cognitive and social factors in the development of infants with Down syndrome. Downs Syndrome Research and Practice. 8 (2), pp. 43-52.
Evaluation of community level interventions to address social and structural determinants of health: a cluster randomised controlled trial
Wall, Martin, Hayes, Richard, Moore, D., Petticrew, Mark, Clow, Angela, Schmidt, Elena, Draper, Alizon, Lock, Karen, Lynch, Rebecca and Renton, A. 2009. Evaluation of community level interventions to address social and structural determinants of health: a cluster randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health. 9 (207).