Hampshire schools see increase in achievements of pupils

Charlie Dickie at the Havant Sixth Form campus of HSDC Picture: Habibur Rahman (171065-43)

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IMPROVEMENTS have been made in the achievements of pupils in south east Hampshire.

Latest figures from Ofsted show that in Portsmouth primary schools 82 per cent of children received good or outstanding performances in school – ranking the authority 103rd in the country.

This is an increase of 12 per cent on the previous year.

However, at secondary school only 71 per cent achieve this outcome, putting the authority at 107th out of about 150 authorities.

But this was an 18 per cent increase.

In Hampshire, 84 per cent of primary schoolchildren received good or outstanding performances in school – an increase of two per cent on the previous year.

At secondary level 84 per cent achieved this – a seven per cent increase on the previous year.