This is an interesting but shocking comparison. Bucks CC education dept should hang its head in shame at this roll call. It repeatedly says of its selective education system how it provides a first-class education in all its schools. How the secondary selection process allocates the right school for the right child, blah, blah blah. This quite clearly shows it doesn't.
The fact is the majority of Bucks state school children are allotted a school that either requires improvement or is inadequate (with one or two exceptions in the upper school list). The majority of Bucks school children do not qualify for the outstanding grammar schools and it seems the new selection process is making it even harder for them to qualify with all the educational tourism going on (talked about in other threads).
How can a county (or anyone) be happy that the majority of its secondary school age children are at schools that require improvement or are inadequate?
I agree Lillie, although I would add that there are a lot of older judgements in the GS list, and only one under the new inspection framework. Generally speaking, the better the outcome, the longer the interval to next inspection. Some of those GSs have gone many years without inspection and still hold their last judgement. It's quite possible that under the new framework, some of those judgements would not be as glowing. However, the list would still show a "better" general picture than that of the other list.