A Council report, being considered next week, confirms that the City’s education system is continuing to achieve above average performance results.
Exam results at both GCSE and advance level stages show an improvement over the previous year.
OFSTED inspections reveal that, as of 9th October 2015, 89% of York secondary schools are rated “good or outstanding”, 88% of primaries are “good or outstanding” and 100% of our special schools are “good or outstanding”.
This means that overall, of the 64 schools in the city, 89% are good or outstanding.
At most education stages the difference in achievement between less well off pupils (entitled to pupil premium) and others, has either narrowed or remained constant, although the gap widened in mathematics at Key Stage 2
Detailed performance graphs can be found by clicking here