Revealed: MATs ranked by Ofsted primary ratings

New analysis shows big variation in academy chain performance according to Ofsted primary school judgements

John Roberts

John Roberts

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New figures have been published today that reveal how multi-academy trusts have performed in school Ofsted inspections.

The research by FFT Education Datalab provides MAT-level performance for both primary and secondary schools.

The table below shows what proportion of primary schools in each MAT is rated as "good" or better by Ofsted.

There is also a table measuring MATs on the Ofsted ratings of their secondary schools

MAT Ofsted ratings for primary schools

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

New league tables showing MAT performance by Ofsted rating have been produced

*The research has only included schools that have been with an MAT for at least three years – in line with the Department for Education's own multi-academy trust performance tables.

Of the 1,408 primaries looked at in the research, 345 had not been inspected by Ofsted under their current trust. All of these schools were rated as "good" or better at their last inspection, so their inclusion will have boosted some trusts' ratings. 

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