Haringey has become one of only five boroughs in the UK to have all its schools rated good or outstanding by inspectors.

The borough sailed to the top of the class after Tiverton Primary school became the latest to be awarded a good rating by education watchdog Ofsted.

Inspectors said the school, in Pulford Road, Tottenham, provided exciting learning opportunities and a strong culture of mutual respect and hard work.

Their report said leaders had improved all aspects of the school since their last visit.

It means all 86 schools in Haringey are now rated good or outstanding – an achievement matched only by Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea, Rutland, and the City of London.

Haringey’s schools have also achieved among the best progress nationally from Key Stage 2 to GCSE and the best GCSE results in the country for looked-after children in 2016.

The borough has a number of initiatives in place to drive up standards, including Haringey Education Partnership and the Haringey STEM commission.

Haringey Council cabinet member for children and families Cllr Elin Weston said: “We are hugely proud that all of our schools are now rated good or outstanding.

“Haringey is home to fantastic schools, with a wealth of talented teachers, staff and young people.

“We are committed to ensuring all children in Haringey get the very best start in life. This high-quality education right on their doorstep, with access to the best opportunities and facilities, helps shape their future and supports our children and young people to achieve their full potential.”