Sheffield schools Ofsted: All the latest ratings for Sheffield's schools and nurseries in June and July

Several schools claimed victory this month after shaking off some lacklustre judgements from the education watchdog.

It was another strong couple of months for Sheffield’s schools and nurseries across June and July with some huge success stories.

After several challenging months following on from an ‘Inadequate’ rating in January, King Edward VII School was revisited and was once again graded ‘Good’. It comes after months of uneasiness and protests by parents at the prospect of KES becoming an academy because of the harsh rating.

Meanwhile, Aston Lodge Primary School shook off its longstanding ‘Requires Improvement’ rating and was praised in a glowing report as “a vibrant and exciting school where children thrive”.

Less favourable was Westfield School, which received its first visit since becoming an academy and was rated ‘Requires Improvement’. This means the school site has now been rated as such or worse for 10 years.

Here are all the Ofsted ratings published for Sheffield’s schools and nurseries between June 17 and July 17, 2023.

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