Caistor Church of England and Methodist Primary School is celebrating after a positive inspection.
The school was inspected as part of the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools.
And pupils and staff are thrilled with the outcome.
The report highlighted a “strong sense” of a welcoming family Christian community, enhanced by close links with the local churches and the school’s Anglican and Methodist heritage.
It said the experiences offered to pupils in collective worship and religious education were nurturing their spiritual development.
Highlights also included “the positive attitude of the pupils who become confident learners and are encouraged to achieve their best”.
The report stated: “The school’s Christian foundation is effectively promoted by the headteacher, clergy, governors and staff so the school’s joint Church of England and Methodist foundation is celebrated and secured.”
It said the school has an excellent learning environment where pupils are proud to belong, feel valued and achieve highly.