Schools in Enfield are performing above the UK and London average, with 94% ranked as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
The north London borough is ahead of the national figure of 87% and London’s 91%.
Enfield schools are currently the 13th best performing out of 152 councils nationwide, with 50,000 of its 55,000 pupils attending a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ school.
Of 93 schools inspected in the borough, 23 are 'outstanding' (25%), 64 'good' (69%) and six 'require improvement to be good' (6%).
Councillor Ayfer Orhan, Enfield Council's cabinet member for education, children's services and protection, stressed that schools had made huge improvements since 2012 when only 73% were in the two top Ofsted categories.
She said that the result had been achieved “at a time of great pressure” when more school places had to be created to meet demand by improving and expanding school premises.
She added: "What makes this result so great is that our schools have achieved these results when the demands of Ofsted made it harder.”
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