The colour indicates what level of support a school needs - from Green (least support, up to 4 days a year) through Yellow (up to 10 days), Amber (up to 15 days) to Red (up to 25 days of support).
The information used to categorise schools includes information on how a school is led and managed, the quality of learning and teaching, teacher assessments, attendance and examination results.
Use the menu (top right) to choose which type of school to look at.
How have the support categories for schools in Carmarthenshire changed?
Carmarthenshire's primary schools have improved since 2014, needing 9.5 days support on average against 10.75 days in 2014. However their improvement has not outperformed the Welsh average, and they are now on average requiring more support than the Welsh average.
Carmarthenshire's secondary schools continue to outperform the Welsh average and have improved at a faster rate than the Welsh average. In 2014 the secondary schools needed c. 10 days support on average, and in 2019 they require 7 days.
Unusually Carmarthenshire's secondary schools are outperforming its primary schools.