Wednesday, 28 November 2012
Tameside: worst-performing schools in Greater Manchester
The council topped a national league table for secondary schools released by education watchdogs.
Ofsted has ranked every local council across England for the percentage of students attending good or outstanding schools.
Trafford came joint first with 100 per cent, while its neighbour Manchester was seventh from bottom across England with just 42 pc.
Wigan came 10th nationally with a 95pc rating, and Salford achieved 65pc rating, while Stockport got 57pc.
Tameside was worst-performing in Greater Manchester and fifth lowest nationally with only 34pc of secondary schools ranked good or outstanding. Read more: Manchester Evening News