Celebrations are underway at Grasby All Saints Church of England Primary School after it was awarded a ‘Good’ grade in its latest Ofsted.
Inspectors said teaching is consistently good and some outstanding.
They also recognised the skill the teachers have in teaching mixed year groups and that they ‘inspire’ pupils to make good progress in their lessons, with standards at the end of Year 6 above those expected nationally. The children excel in music and sport, reaching ‘exceptional’ standards.
“We are tremendously pleased with this report,” said headteacher June Richardson.
“It reflects the strong learning community we have at Grasby and emphasises the skills of the staff team.
“We place a strong emphasis on the education of the whole child and I believe that this report sums up the strong pastoral and spiritual support we offer to our children alongside the rigorous curriculum and high expectations.
“Our SATS results last year were fantastic and these, along with this current report, reflect the commitment and dedication of the whole staff team, governing body and wider community of the school.”