Most Glasgow schools have been given ‘very good’ and ‘good’ scores during recent inspections.

Since September 2022, Education Scotland inspectors have rated 34 schools in the city up until March this year.

Holyrood Secondary, Hampden Primary, Notre Dame High and St Cuthbert’s Primary were among the schools getting glowing reports.

An average of 83.5% of grades were good and above according to a council report.

The results were presented to the council’s education, skills and early years city policy committee yesterday.

Describing the performance as “positive”, a council official said: “It is a real testament to the hard work going on across our schools, early year establishments, nursery classes and across the city.”

23 primaries, seven secondaries and four additional support-for-learning schools were inspected.

There were one or two weak gradings.

The categories measured included leadership of change, learning, teaching and assessment, ensuring wellbeing, equality and inclusion and raising attainment and achievement.

Speaking at the committee Leanne, McGuire, chair of the Glasgow City Parents Group, praised the schools’ performance but asked if standards could be kept up with education cuts on the way.

A council official said she currently comments on the impact of the savings to be made.

Eleven nurseries were inspected since the pandemic and 74% of grades were good and above.