Surveys have shown parents’ opinions of individual primary schools in Bridlington vary wildly.
Information complied by Ofsted shows nearly all parents who took part in a survey of one school, would recommend it to others.
But the vast majority of surveyed mums and dads at another school said they would not recommend there child’s.
The data, which can be accessed at Ofsted’s Parents’ View website, provides statistics for four schools in the Brildington area.
The surveys asks parents to rate their child’s school in 12 different areas.
The school ranked best for pupils’ happiness was Hilderthorpe Primary School, with 82 per cent of parents having said they “strongly agreed”.
The data also shows that 100 per cent of parents thought their children made good progress, 81 per cent thought the school handled bullying effectively, 90 per cent thought the school was well-led and 91 per cent would recommend it to other parents.
And Flamborough Church of England Primary School received good reviews from parents.
Only four per cent disagreed that their children were happy, 83 per cent thought their child made good progress, and 70 per cent would recommend it.
At Martongate Primary School, 92 per cent thought their children were happy, and 82 per cent would recommend the school.
But 83 per cent of parents surveyed about Bempton School said they would not recommend it.
More than half thought their children were unhappy, 54 per cent thought their children were not making good progress, 57 per cent thought bullying was not been handled effectively and 83 per cent did not believe it was well led.