The council updated its risk assessment of all the county’s schools at the start of the academic year, placing them into three broad categories, largely based on their exam results.

As reported last month, one in six schools fell into the bottom category, meaning the council will intervene to try to improve standards, while 119 either required improvement or were not yet judged “good” by Ofsted, and 231 were rated good or outstanding.

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