Explore our interactive Ofsted map to see how good Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire schools are
PUBLISHED: 11:15 17 February 2016 | UPDATED: 11:15 17 February 2016
Increasing numbers of schools in Norfolk and Suffolk are “good” or above, as shown by our interactive map of Ofsted inspection results up to the end of 2015.
The map shows the outcomes of all inspections published by Ofsted up to December 31, and is based on information provided by the inspectorate.
Grade 1 (Green) is “Outstanding”, Grade 2 (yellow) is “Good”, Grade 3 (orange) is “Requires Improvement” and Grade 4 (red) is “Inadequate”.
By December 31, 2015, 81pc of Norfolk schools were graded “good” or “outstanding”, compared to 71pc at the same point one year earlier.
Suffolk saw a smaller improvement, with 80pc of schools rated at least “good” by the end of 2015. The figure at the end of 2014 was 75pc.
And, overall, Cambridgeshire was the worst performing of the three counties, with 77pc of schools judged to be at least “good” by December 31, 2015 – the same figure as December 31, 2014.
Click on our interactive map to see inspection grades for individual schools.
Schools whose Ofsted reports have been published since December 31 are not yet included in the Ofsted spreadsheet used to create this map.
To find individual school reports, see http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/