The number of good or outstanding primary schools in the West Midlands has fallen.
Ofsted inspectors have revealed there was a two per cent drop in schools reaching the top rankings since last year.
Their annual report also highlighted that 95% of primary schools in Herefordshire were good or outstanding.
In Birmingham, one school which had been in special measures, managed to jump from a rating of 'inadequate', to good.
Charlotte Cross went to find out more.