City below national average for Ofsted ratings
TWO-THIRDS of schools in Nottingham were ranked outstanding or good in their most recent Ofsted inspection, new figures reveal.
The education watchdog today published figures which show how each local authority is performing.
It shows that as of the end of August, 19 per cent of city schools had the best-possible outstanding rating, while 48 per cent having good.
However this was below the national average of 21 per cent and 49 per cent respectively.
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Meanwhile, 19 per cent of Notts schools were rated outstanding, with 52 per cent being graded good.
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