Improvement in pupils’ achievement has helped a village school achieve a good rating at their latest Ofsted inspection.
Binbrook Church of England Primary School has been rated as good across the board, with relationships throughout the school being highlighted as ‘excellent’ by the inspector.
The quality of teaching is good, attainment is rising and pupils are making good progress in maths and English throughout the school.
The report went on to recognise the marked improvements in the school overseen by the headteacher Susan Beveridge over the last two years.
It also said governance is good, with leaders and governors united in developing professionally, adding ‘the school is well placed to rise.,
“We are delighted with this report,” said Mrs Beveridge.
“It recognises the work put in by staff, governors and, of course, the pupils - helping each child to progress well while at the school.”
The school also makes consistently good provision for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, which the inspector highlighted as a particular strength.
And for the first time, Binbrook Early Leaners, a preschool setting on the school site, was included in the inspection as it now comes under the governance of the school.
Good preparation for school is given here, helping transition to Reception.