REVEALED: The Milton Keynes primary schools that REQUIRE IMPROVEMENT according to Ofsted
Thousands of parents in Milton Keynes found out which primary school their children were allocated last month but a number of them require improvement according to their latest Ofsted inspections.
CLICK THE GALLERY LINK ABOVE OR ICON IN THE MAIN IMAGE TO SEE THE FULL LIST OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN MILTON KEYNES REQUIRING IMPROVEMENT
It’s useful to know how each primary school is rated by Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, which inspects and regulates services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Ofsted give every school in the country one of four rankings, Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement and Inadequate.
Of 86 primary education providers in Milton Keynes, six were rated REQUIRES IMPROVEMENT by Ofsted in their last inspections and are listed in our gallery above in alphabetical order.
Of course not everyone agrees with the way Ofsted ratings work as highlighted when one Milton Keynes headteacher hit out in emotional letter of resignation after Ofsted inspection at her primary school - CLICK TO READ THE FULL STORY.Some primary schools have become academies since their last Ofsted report.REVEALED: Click here to see the best primary schools rated OUTSTANDING by Ofsted across Milton Keynes
About Ofsted inspection reports
Ofsted inspect providers across education, children’s services and further education and skills and tell you what Ofsted find in our inspection reports.
The type of inspection will determine such things as:
the number of inspectors
the length of the inspection
the amount of notice a provider gets
what happens during the inspection
the content of the inspection report.
A typical inspection has one or more inspectors visiting a provider to find out about them.
The inspection will follow a framework and report on particular aspects of the provision.
After the inspection Ofsted tell you what it finds out in its inspection reports.
Ofsted publish these reports on its website, and in some cases the provider has to provide the report on request.
The content of a report will depend on the type of inspection.
An inspection report will describe the provider, then go on to tell you about our inspection findings and judgements with the grades given by the inspector.