Ofsted inspectors have revealed the results of a visit to Portsmouth's schools. Their verdict was: There has been some improvement - but you could still do better. Inspectors were in the city in February 2013 to find out why it had a disproportionate number of under-performing classes.
ITV News Meridian presenters Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra, spoke to correspondent Andrew Pate about the results.
Ofsted reports: Portsmouth schools 'could do better'
Ofsted has released a report into the quality of education at some schools in Portsmouth. Ofsted inspectors visited the city last month to find out why it had a disproportionate number of under-performing classes.
VIDEO: An apology and a vow to make improvements fast. That's the response from a council in Kent to a damning OFSTED report which labelled its child protection services "inadequate". In her report Sarah Saunders spoke to Councillor Tristan Osborne and Les Wicks from Medway Council.
Some poor-performing schools in Kent are attracting fewer than HALF the new pupils they should do - and could face closure unless take-up improves. Parents are refusing to send Year 7 students to academies and other schools low in league tables. Tom Savvides reports.
Kent County Council is improving child safeguarding services. It was criticised by Ofsted in 2010 as inadequate. Ofsted now says KCC's standards are adequate. Jenny Whittle is in charge of children's services at KCC - Fred asked her what lessons had been learned.