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Ofsted in the South East

Ofsted in the South East

According to Ofsted the attainment gap between pupils who are eligible for free school meals and their wealthier peers is most acute in South East England.  Some South East schools have bucked the trend, and in areas like Windsor and Maidenhead the achievement of poorer pupils has improved considerably. But in 2012 five areas – Wokingham, Mole Valley, Wealden, Brighton Pavilion and New Forest West – did not have a single secondary school where the gap between the attainment of 16 year olds entitled to free school meals and their more affluent peers was above the national average. 

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