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National School Categorisation

National School Categorisation
Categoreiddio Ysgolion Cenedlaethol

 

The National Categorisation System helps identify those schools in Wales in need of the most support. Under this system, schools are assessed on both their performance and their ability to improve.  


All schools in Wales are annually allocated with one of four colours with green representing the top performing schools, yellow for good schools, amber for schools in need of improvement and red for schools in need of the most improvement.

 

National School Categorisation System

 

 

Whitchurch Primary School is delighted to be
categorised as a
Green A1  school by the Welsh Government
for the third year.

 

"A highly effective school which is run well, has strong leadership and is clear about its priorities for improvement.  These schools have a track record in delivering excellent outcomes for their pupils and have the capacity to support other schools to do better."

 

What do the different categories mean?
 

Click below to download a guide to the National Categorisation System

Letter from our Chair of Governors regarding National Categorisation 2016

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