Where to find the best secondary schools, as rated by Ofsted

 

Here is a table giving the percentages of pupils attending good or outstanding secondary schools by local authority area in England.

The table shows the name of the local authority, and the percentage of pupils at good or outstanding schools in that area.

The information comes from Ofsted, and covers secondary schools, including academies, only.

Trafford 100%

Torbay 100%

Sutton 100%

Rutland 100%

Kensington and Chelsea 100%

Isle of Wight 100%

Hounslow 100%

Harrow 100%

Hammersmith and Fulham 100%

Wigan 95%

Bromley 95%

Wandsworth 95%

Redbridge 94%

Barnet 92%

Herefordshire 90%

Bath and North East Somerset 90%

Enfield 88%

Luton 87%

Bury 87%

Cheshire West and Chester 87%

Southwark 87%

Cheshire East 86%

Oldham 86%

Ealing 86%

Kingston upon Thames 84%

Brent 84%

Cornwall 84%

Thurrock 83%

Westminster 82%

Peterborough 82%

Islington 82%

Lincolnshire 81%

Coventry 81%

Dorset 80%

North Somerset 80%

Hillingdon 79%

Poole 79%

Richmond upon Thames 79%

Plymouth 79%

Buckinghamshire 79%

Durham 79%

Hampshire 79%

East Sussex 78%

Windsor and Maidenhead 78%

Wiltshire 78%

Wokingham 78%

Tower Hamlets 78%

Medway 78%

Bexley 78%

Liverpool 77%

York 77%

Leicestershire 77%

Waltham Forest 77%

Sefton 76%

Southend-on-Sea 76%

Leicester 76%

Suffolk 75%

Camden 74%

Oxfordshire 74%

Devon 74%

Darlington 74%

Slough 73%

Gloucestershire 73%

Reading 73%

Kirklees 73%

Bournemouth 73%

Croydon 73%

Gateshead 73%

Wirral 72%

Newcastle upon Tyne 71%

Bedford 71%

Worcestershire 71%

Kent 70%

Greenwich 70%

Cambridgeshire 70%

Wolverhampton 70%

Milton Keynes 70%

Southampton 70%

Bolton 70%

North Yorkshire 70%

Lambeth 70%

Surrey 69%

Birmingham 69%

Telford and Wrekin 69%

Shropshire 69%

Barking and Dagenham 69%

West Berkshire 68%

Hertfordshire 68%

Redcar and Cleveland 68%

Haringey 67%

Dudley 67%

West Sussex 67%

Lewisham 67%

Havering 67%

Rotherham 67%

Nottingham 66%

Warrington 66%

Staffordshire 66%

Newham 66%

North Tyneside 66%

Leeds 66%

Salford 65%

Lancashire 65%

Nottinghamshire 64%

Hackney 64%

Somerset 64%

Bristol (city of) 64%

Wakefield 64%

South Tyneside 64%

Sheffield 63%

Warwickshire 63%

Rochdale 62%

Essex 62%

Solihull 62%

Halton 61%

Walsall 61%

Northumberland 60%

Brighton and Hove 60%

Derbyshire 60%

Blackburn with Darwen 59%

Stockton-on-Tees 58%

Cumbria 57%

Stockport 57%

Central Bedfordshire 56%

Sandwell 56%

Calderdale 55%

Bracknell Forest 55%

South Gloucestershire 54%

St Helens 54%

Swindon 53%

Kingston upon Hull (city of) 48%

Knowsley 48%

Northamptonshire 46%

Blackpool 46%

Norfolk 46%

Hartlepool 46%

Sunderland 45%

Merton 45%

North East Lincolnshire 45%

North Lincolnshire 44%

Stoke-on-Trent 43%

Doncaster 43%

Derby 42%

Manchester 42%

East Riding of Yorkshire 42%

Tameside 34%

Portsmouth 34%

Middlesbrough 32%

Bradford 28%

Barnsley 20%

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