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School Improvement in Hertfordshire
June 2017 - School Improvement Strategy Going Forward
Hertfordshire County Council is currently in the process of evaluating the current Strategy for School Improvement and considering the format of the future strategy. This will include:
Hertfordshire Strategy for School Improvement 2014-17 (April 2014)
The Hertfordshire school improvement strategy 2014-17 sets out the vision, aims and priorities to ensure a step change in improved performance for Hertfordshire schools, children and young people for the future.
c. Monitoring of Academies - flowchart (pdf/163kb)
Consultation Events - Presentation
A wall chart designed to help schools understand which services for schools are now provided by HfL and which are still provided by HCC is available to download from:
For further information contact Caroline Inglis on email: email@example.com
Standards and Quality in Hertfordshire Schools 2013
The annual report on standards and quality in Hertfordshire schools was presented to Hertfordshire’s Enterprise, Education and Skills Cabinet Panel on 4th February 2014. This report informs members about standards and quality in schools and other settings. It presents evidence from inspections, test and examination results and other assessments.
In the academic year 2012/13, the summer's test and examination results indicate sustained high standards in tests and examinations; results were maintained or improved at most key stages where trend data is available. For many vulnerable groups, the gap between their achievement and that of all children is closing but for some it remains wide, particularly those on free school meals (FSM) and children looked after (CLA). At the end of the academic year 2012/13, a higher percentage of Hertfordshire schools were judged outstanding in their Ofsted inspections than national. The percentage of Hertfordshire schools in an Ofsted inadequate category was much lower than national. The percentage of schools judged good or outstanding was, however, lower than national.
Annual Report 2013