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Standards and Quality in Hertfordshire Schools 2012 New
The annual report on standards and quality in Hertfordshire schools was presented to Hertfordshire’s Education and Skills Cabinet Panel on 5th February 2013. It provides an overview of the quality of work in Hertfordshire schools and early years settings. The overall picture is one of continued improvement with clear priorities to continue the drive for all schools to be good or outstanding and to narrow the achievement gap. The report presents evidence from inspections, test and examination results and other assessments.
In 2011/12, Hertfordshire nursery and primary schools have maintained their high standards and there have been further improvements in key areas in the summer’s national assessments. At key stage 4, the proportion of pupils gaining 5A*-C including English and mathematics has decreased, however the local authority remains the highest performing in the eastern region and one of the highest performing in England.
Annual Report 2012
Annual Report 2012 - Appendix 1 Ofsted Data
Annual Report 2012 - Appendix 2 Achievement Data