All the Liverpool primary and high schools that ‘require improvement’ following latest Ofsted inspections

These primary and secondary schools in Liverpool were visited by Ofsted inspectors and received ‘requires improvement’ ratings.

More than a dozen schools in Liverpool are currently rated as ‘requires improvement’ after being visited by the education regulatory body, Ofsted.

Ofsted provides schools with ratings on a four point scale, with the highest score being ‘outstanding’, followed by ‘good’, ‘requires improvement’ and ‘inadequate’. Overall classifications are based on five key categories - quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and either early years or sixth form provisions - depending on whether the school is primary or secondary.

Here are all the Liverpool primary and secondary schools rated as ‘requires improvement’ by Ofsted (as of May 15, 2024). All full reports - including category scores - are available via Ofsted’s official website.

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