English schools rated highly for pupils' behaviour
April 23 2010
Almost four out of five secondary schools in England are rated good or outstanding for the behaviour of their pupils, a news report by the Department for Children, Schools and Families has said.
According to the BBC, 78.6 per cent of schools were rated highly on this measure, compared to nearly 74 per cent in 2006.
The figures, which show how secondary schools were rated on behaviour at their most recent inspection by education watchdog Ofsted, reveal regional variations.
The South West and the North East were at the top end of the list, with almost 85 per cent of secondary pupils being were judged to be good or outstanding on behaviour, while Yorkshire and the Humber score the lowest proportion in this category at 67 per cent.
In other news, Ofsted has rated West Lodge first and middle school in Pinner as "outstanding", noting that it has dealt very well with the turnover and restructuring of staff after its January 2009 merger.
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