Annual Report: East Midlands

East Midlands

11 Dec 2013 Ofsted

The proportion of good or outstanding schools has improved. No East Midlands local authority is in the top third of authorities nationally for the proportion of pupils attending good or better primary schools, however. Overall secondary school performance remains below the national level. Further education and skills provision is still not good enough.

In Derby, the chance of attending a good primary school has risen substantially. However, along with Northamptonshire, it still remains in the bottom 20% of all local areas when ranked for the chance of attending a good primary school. Only two local authorities are in the top third nationally of the proportion of students attending a good or better secondary school.

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Key Stats

  • In two thirds of local authorities the number of good and outstanding schools has risen or maintained high levels.
  • The proportion of good or outstanding primary schools has increased from 65% to 77%.
  • A third of further education and skills provision needs improvement or is satisfactory.

Annual Report 2012/13

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