Interactive map reveals Ofsted's worst-rated secondary schools in England - is ... trends now

Interactive map reveals Ofsted's worst-rated secondary schools in England - is ... trends now
Interactive map reveals Ofsted's worst-rated secondary schools in England - is ... trends now

Interactive map reveals Ofsted's worst-rated secondary schools in England - is ... trends now

Ofsted officials have branded 84 secondary schools as failing during inspections during the first six weeks of 2024. 

Figures seen by MailOnline  showed that of the 322 Ofsted reports published so far this year, some 84 have been graded as either Inadequate or Require Improvement. 

Ofsted grades schools on a four-point scale from Outstanding, through Good, Requires Improvement and worst of all, Inadquate. 

So far 55 schools have been graded as Outstanding, including Ark King Solomon Academy in north west London; Avonbourne Boys' Academy in Bournemouth and Aylesbury High School in Nottingham

A further 139 have been classed as 'Good'.

Disappointingly, 55 schools have been graded as requiring improvement, including Park Academy West in Hillingdon; Queen Elizabeth's School in Wimborne, Dorset and Newhouse Academy in Heywood, Lancashire. 

Of most concern are the 30 results which found schools to be Inadequate. 

Figures seen by MailOnline showed that of the 322 Ofsted reports published so far this year, some 84 have been graded as either Inadequate or Require Improvement (file photo)

Figures seen by MailOnline showed that of the 322 Ofsted reports published so far this year, some 84 have been graded as either Inadequate or Require Improvement (file photo)

Progress Schools of Hamilton Square on the Wirral fell from Good in a report from June 2021 to Inadequate on a report published on St Valentine's Day. 

The independent school has annual fees for day pupils of between £13,500 and £38,000 and has 60 pupils aged between 11 and 16. 

According to the report: 'All the places at the school are commissioned by the local authority for pupils who have been excluded. Most pupils have social, emotional and mental health needs.' 

The inspectors found many of the pupils have developed 'negative views of education' and the school has 'low expectations of what some pupils, including those with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND), can and should achieve.' 

The report found the pupils' behaviour in lessons and around the school is 'poor' and the quality of education has 'declined since the previous inspection'. 

Newbury Independent School in Aston, Birmingham is another school which educates SEND pupils and those who have had problems studying. 

It charges local authorities between £54,752 and £97,500 to educate up to 60 pupils. 

So far 55 schools have been graded as Outstanding, including Ark King Solomon Academy in north west London ; Avonbourne Boys' Academy in Bournemouth and Aylesbury High School in Nottingham (file photo)

So far 55 schools have been graded as Outstanding, including Ark King Solomon Academy in north west London ; Avonbourne Boys' Academy in Bournemouth and Aylesbury High School in Nottingham (file photo)

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