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Best State Schools in Suffolk

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  • Red Oak Primary School

    Red Oak Primary School is a good and improving school located in Lowestoft, East of England. Led by Mrs Heather Madsen, the school provides a high quality education for students aged 3-11 years. With a student-teacher ratio of 22:1 and a focus on personalized support, Red Oak Primary ensures that all pupils, including those who are disadvantaged, make good progress in their learning. The school's curriculum prepares students well for life in the 21st century, while promoting their spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development. With effective safeguarding measures in place and a wide range of extra-curricular activities, Red Oak Primary offers a comprehensive education for every child.
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  • The Ashley School

    The Ashley School is a co-ed boarding school located in Lowestoft, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, it offers outstanding education with exceptional promotion of pupils' development. The school has consistently good and often outstanding teaching quality, ensuring outstanding progress for all students. While there are areas of improvement, such as providing suitable homework and rigorous website and safeguarding checks, the school maintains an overall outstanding grade.
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  • Priory School

    Priory School is an outstanding all-through boarding school located in Bury St Edmunds, East of England. With a student teacher ratio of 7:1, the school provides a safe and stimulating learning environment for students aged 5-19. The dedicated staff is committed to the wellbeing and progress of each student, offering tailored curriculum pathways for those with additional learning difficulties. The school has a proven track record of achieving outstanding results in inspections and provides extensive work experience programs to enhance communication and employability skills.
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  • Handford Hall Primary School

    Handford Hall Primary School is a co-educational school located in Ipswich, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 21:1, the school provides individualized attention to each student. The school prides itself on its diverse student body, with 73.90% students having English as their second language. The school has a strong focus on pastoral care and offers support for students with special educational needs. With an overall grade of A and impressive KS2 exam results, Handford Hall Primary School is committed to providing a nurturing and high-quality education for children aged 3-11.
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  • Churchill Special Free School

    Churchill Special Free School is an outstanding school located in Haverhill, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1 and a strong culture of safeguarding, this co-ed school provides a cheerful and safe learning environment for students aged 8-18. Known for its exceptional preparation for pupils' next steps, the school offers an adapted curriculum focused on core areas and a broad enrichment program. With an outstanding overall grade and exceptional leadership, parents can trust that their children will receive a high-quality education at Churchill Special Free School.
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  • Hartismere School

    Hartismere School is an outstanding secondary school located in Eye, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1 and a strong focus on academic excellence, the school consistently achieves results above the national average. Students benefit from excellent teaching and exceptional leadership, resulting in outstanding achievements across all subjects. The school promotes a safe and inclusive environment, instilling values of tolerance and respect. With a high proportion of students progressing to top universities, Hartismere School prepares its students for a successful future.
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  • Hillside Special School

    Hillside Special School is an outstanding all-through school located in Sudbury, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, the school provides individualized attention to its 83 students aged 3-19 with severe and profound learning difficulties. Led by Mrs Lizzi Murphy, the school offers a high-quality education, outstanding leadership, and a strong focus on pupils' well-being. Despite below-average attendance rates, Hillside Special School excels in teaching and learning, with a diverse curriculum that enhances life and independence skills. The school maintains strong partnerships with various agencies, ensuring a holistic approach to education. With an A- grade overall and A+ grades in various aspects, Hillside Special School is dedicated to creating a supportive and inclusive learning environment for its students.
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  • The Oaks Primary School

    The Oaks Primary School, located in Ipswich, East of England, is an outstanding primary school that offers an exceptional standard of education. With a highly supportive environment for disadvantaged pupils and those with Special Education Needs, the school provides a broad and balanced curriculum. The school has achieved outstanding results in exams, with high scores in maths and reading. It is known for its exemplary behavior and welfare of students, and has received positive regard from parents and staff.
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  • St Matthew's Church of England Primary School, Ipswich

    St Matthew's Church of England Primary School, Ipswich, is a diverse and inclusive school where students are encouraged to approach learning with positivity. With a student-teacher ratio of 22:1, our dedicated staff ensures personalized attention for each child. We aim to equip our pupils with Christian values, self-confidence, and a strong foundation for their future.
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  • St Margaret's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Ipswich

    St Margaret's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School in Ipswich is a caring and compassionate school that provides a top-notch education rooted in Christian values. With a warm and encouraging atmosphere, the school empowers students to become independent learners. The school promotes positive attitudes to learning, offers good-quality professional development for staff, and ensures effective safeguarding. Although some improvements are needed in monitoring the progress of the most able pupils, the school continues to deliver a good overall quality of teaching and achievement. With strong exam results in maths and reading, St Margaret's Church of England VA School is dedicated to helping students reach their greatest potential.
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  • Murrayfield Primary - A Paradigm Academy

    Murrayfield Primary - A Paradigm Academy is a co-educational primary school located in Ipswich, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 14:1, the school provides a nurturing and supportive environment for children aged 3-11 years. Offering excellent resources and a diverse community, Murrayfield Primary focuses on the overall development of students, including their personal growth, behaviour, and academic achievements. With an impressive Ofsted report and good exam results, the school prioritizes the quality of education and ensures a safe and engaging learning experience for all students.
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  • Hillside Primary School

    Hillside Primary School, located in Ipswich, East of England, is a co-ed primary school offering education to students aged 3-11 years. With a student-teacher ratio of 23:1, the school provides a supportive and inclusive learning environment. Despite the school's overall grade of 'Requires Improvement', it excels in diversity and resources. The school also offers nursery classes and has a high percentage of students eligible for free school meals. With dedicated teachers and a focus on personal development, Hillside Primary School strives to provide a quality education for every child.
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  • Ranelagh Primary School

    Ranelagh Primary School is a well-established primary school in Ipswich, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 19:1, our dedicated staff provides a nurturing learning environment for children aged 3-11. We prioritize inclusivity and offer support to students with special educational needs. Our Good Ofsted rating reflects the high quality of education, behavior, and leadership. With a focus on academic achievement, our students consistently attain strong exam results, demonstrating their capabilities in maths and reading. We are proud to offer a safe and diverse learning community that values personal development and fosters a love for learning.
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  • St Helen's Primary School

    St. Helen's Primary School is a nurturing school in Ipswich, East of England, offering a well-rounded education to students aged 3-11. With a student-teacher ratio of 20:1 and a strong focus on continual improvement, the school ensures that all pupils achieve well. The school has a strong culture of safeguarding and provides support for students with special educational needs. Despite some areas for improvement, the school maintains a good quality of education and has achieved commendable exam results in maths and reading.
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  • Clements Primary Academy

    Clements Primary Academy is a co-educational school located in Haverhill, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 19:1, the school provides a nurturing environment for children aged 2-11. The school has a good overall grade and offers a diverse range of resources. It focuses on the personal development of students, ensuring a well-rounded education. Clements Primary Academy also has a dedicated team to support students with moderate learning difficulties.
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  • Thomas Gainsborough School

    Thomas Gainsborough School is a secondary school located in Great Cornard, East of England. With a student-to-teacher ratio of 17:1 and a strong focus on personalizing education, the school aims to ensure each student achieves their full potential. The school has a good overall effectiveness rating, outstanding personal development, and exceptional preparation for future education or employment. With a motto of 'Excellence: for everyone, for all,' Thomas Gainsborough School strives to provide a safe and confident learning environment for students.
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  • Sir John Leman High School

    Sir John Leman High School is a secondary school located in Beccles, East of England. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1 and a strong focus on personal development and welfare, the school provides a nurturing environment for students aged 11-18. The school has been rated 'Good' by Ofsted and offers a range of study programs, including a successful sixth form. Parents can expect their children to receive quality teaching, benefit from outstanding behavior and welfare, and achieve good academic outcomes at Sir John Leman High School.
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  • Kesgrave High School

    Kesgrave High School is a co-educational secondary school located in Kesgrave, East of England. With a total student population of 1884, the school offers a balanced curriculum, outstanding behavior and safety, and a supportive environment for students with SEN support. The school has a good overall effectiveness rating, exceptional leadership and management, and achieves solid academic results with 41% of students attaining Grade 5 or above in English and maths GCSEs. With a student-teacher ratio of 17:1, Kesgrave High School provides a nurturing and engaging learning experience for students aged 11-18.
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  • Stour Valley Community School

    Stour Valley Community School is a secondary school located in Clare, East of England. With a focus on treating students as individuals and developing a strong community ethos, the school has maintained a good quality of education since its establishment in 2011. The dedicated staff, outstanding leadership, and effective safeguarding measures ensure that students are confident, achieving well, and understand important values. Parents can expect a wide range of curriculum courses, enriching STEM activities, and opportunities for professional development through learning communities. While there are areas for improvement, such as supporting disadvantaged pupils more effectively, the school's overall effectiveness, quality of teaching, and behavior and safety of pupils have been rated as good or outstanding by Ofsted.
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  • Ipswich Academy

    Ipswich Academy is a secondary school located in Ipswich, East of England. With a student teacher ratio of 14:1, our school provides a supportive and engaging learning environment for students aged 11-18. Led by Ms Abbie Thorrington, our dynamic leadership team has effectively improved standards of behavior and safeguarding. We are proud of the good progress made by disadvantaged students and our outstanding leadership and management. Although there have been slower progress in certain subjects, we strive to provide quality teaching and personal development opportunities for all students.
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