Pupils in Hull and East Riding less likely to get good education, says Ofsted
THE East Riding is among the 10 worst performing authorities for secondary schools, Ofsted has revealed today.
New data from the education watchdog shows the East Riding is ranked among local authorities where pupils are least likely to attend a good or outstanding secondary school or primary school.
For secondary education, the East Riding was ranked 147th out of 152 authorities, with 42 per cent of pupils attending good or outstanding secondaries.
In the primary league table, the East Riding was placed 140th, with 55 per cent attending good or outstanding schools.
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In Hull, 48 per cent of pupils attend a good or outstanding secondary, ranking Hull at 133rd nationally. Hull is also in a league table of authorities where pupils were least likely to attend a good or outstanding secondary.
For primary education, Hull is ranked 94th, with 66 per cent attending good or outstanding schools, placing it in the table of authorities where pupils are less likely to attend a good or outstanding school.