Accredited Schools in the UK

The Maths — No Problem! Accredited Schools Programme was created to recognise schools that demonstrate exemplary progress, dedication, and leadership in making the switch to maths mastery.

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London

Aragon Primary School, Morden
Large primary school of 650~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Belleville Primary School, Wandsworth
Large primary school of 840~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Benhurst Primary School, Essex
Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Brimsdown Primary School, Enfield
Large primary school of 690~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Grove Road Primary School, Hounslow
Average-sized primary school of 236~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

IQRA Primary School, Lambeth
Small primary school of 250~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Rosetta Primary School, Newham
Much larger than average primary school of 630~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as "Outstanding." (2023)

Sandringham Primary School, Newham
Large primary school of 1012~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Scott Wilkie Primary School, Newham
Community primary school of 420~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Three Bridges Primary School, Southall
Inner-city primary school of 460~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

West Twyford Primary School, Ealing
Inner-city primary school of 470~ children. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Midlands

Parkfield Community School, Birmingham
Large primary school of 767~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

World’s End Junior School, Birmingham
Three-form entry junior school of 360~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

South East

Liphook Federation School, Hampshire
Three-form entry school of 630~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

St Luke’s Primary School, Hampshire
Small village primary school of 218~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Wray Common Primary School, Reigate
Larger than average primary school of 480~ pupils. Founding member of the Greensand Multi Academy Trust. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

South West

Muscliff Primary School, Bournemouth
Large, all-through primary school of ~630 pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Stanton St Quintin Primary School, Chippenham
Rural primary school of 147~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

St John’s Church of England First School, Dorset
First school of 150~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Wellington Prep School, Somerset
Independent primary school of 230~ pupils. Achieved ‘Excellence’ via the Independent Schools Inspectorate report.

North East

Browney Academy, Durham
Small primary school of 126~ pupils. Became an academy in March 2014. Judged by Ofsted as "Good."

Diamond Hall Junior Academy, Sunderland
Large Junior school of 360~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

Kingsley Primary School, Hartlepool
State school (Community Primary School) of 500~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

North West

Manley Park Primary School, Manchester
Two-form primary inner city school of 480~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Orrell Lamberhead Green Academy, Wigan
Primary school of 479~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Our Lady’s Bishop Eton Primary School, Liverpool
Two-form entry Catholic school of 420~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

Our Lady of Pity, Wirral
Primary school of 420~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

St Bede’s Junior School, Widnes
Primary Catholic school of 300~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Good.”

St Bridget’s Church of England Primary, Wirral
Primary school of 426~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

St Mary’s Church of England Primary, Manchester
Large two-form primary school of 472~ pupils. Judged by Ofsted as “Outstanding.”

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