MORE than 10 per cent of Staffordshire schools are outstanding, says Ofsted.
Latest figures show that out of 388 county schools inspected, 13% (or 50 schools) were deemed outstanding. However 4%, or 15 schools, were judged inadequate.
Some 63% (244) were classed as “good”, while the remaining 20% (77) were said to require improvement.
In the West Midlands 18% of schools were outstanding and 3.3% inadequate.
Birmingham had the highest rate of outstanding schools with 27%, while Walsall had the most inadequate at 8%.