London,
05
January
2017

100% of Camden's primary schools rated as Good or Outstanding

Parents applying for reception places for their child for this September can be further assured of the exceptional quality of education provided in the borough, after a recent Ofsted report resulted in 100% of Camden’s primary schools now being rated as either ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’.

A recent ‘good’ Ofsted rating for St Michael’s Primary School has ensured that a remarkable 100% of children educated in the borough are receiving a primary school education that is either classified as good or outstanding – placing Camden’s schools in the top 3 overall in the country.

This news builds on last month’s (December) Key Stage 2 results, which showed Camden’s schools as being above both the national and London averages for expected standard or better in reading, writing and maths.

If your child was born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013, you need to apply for a reception place by midnight on Sunday 15 January.

Find out more about the admissions process.

Cllr Angela Mason CBE, Cabinet Member for Children
“It really is a remarkable achievement that 100% of primary pupils educated in the borough are receiving an education that is either judged as good or outstanding.

“It is testament to the hard work of teachers, school staff and the council and provides an assurance to parents applying for reception places for this September that all of our schools are offering a good or better education to children.”
Cllr Angela Mason CBE, Cabinet Member for Children
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