Football Beyond Borders: mid-year impact How we've used the 2018 grant so far Raise Your Hands funding has been used to deliver the programmes at two schools, Harris Garrard in Thamesmead and Harris Boys East Dulwich. HBAED and Harris Garrard: Headline Impact Data FBB HBAED: Behaviour Points The below graph sets out the behaviour trend in the FBB Intervention Group and the Control Group over the last three years of school. This is based on the average number of behaviour points received per student per half-term in Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9. We use control groups to demonstrate the true impact of our work through highlighting the likely behaviour trend that our participants would have followed had they not had the benefit of the FBB intervention. The data shows that the behaviour gap between the FBB Intervention Group and the FBB Control group has increased sharply over the course of the two year programme. In Year 8, students in the control group were involved in 29% more incidents of bad behaviour than the FBB group. In Year 9, students in the control group were involved in 45% more incidents of bad behaviour than the FBB group. Harris Garrard data The data from Harris Garrard is less complete than the data from HBAED. This is because we do not have: Baseline data from Year 7 comparing the performance of the control group to the intervention group (due to the change in federation) Phased, term by term data showing the behaviour trend across each school half-term Data from two years of the programme Instead, the interim data that we have provides a comparison of the balance of positive points (good behaviour) and negative points (disruptive behaviour) for students in the control group and the intervention group. In the first year of the programme, students in the control group had a behaviour balance (positive points minus negative points) which was 34% worse than the FBB group.