Parents will find out later this morning how well their children's schools are performing.
The Welsh Government's system categorises schools as green, yellow, amber or red according to their performance, with some schools getting extra support to help them improve.
How does it work?
- Green support category: Schools deemed to be 'highly effective', 'well run', with 'strong leadership' and clear priorities for improvement.
- Yellow support category: An 'effective' school which is 'doing well' and knows where it needs to improve.Amber support category: A school 'in need of improvement', which needs help to 'identify the steps to improvement'. The school will receive a 'tailored' package of support.
- Red support category: A school in need of 'greatest improvement' which will receive 'immediate, intensive' support and be 'closely monitored'.
We'll publish the full results on our website later today.