Ingham Primary School has been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.
Following an inspection on December 15 last year, Ofsted has published a report praising the school for its ‘good’ standards.
It states: “You have maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
“You have played to your strengths as a small school that thrives by having established close relationships with and between the pupils, among the staff, and with parents.
“The pupils are cheerful, well-mannered, and they converse, often enthusiastically, on a wide range of topics about which they have been learning; so enthusiastically, in fact, that sometimes they are difficult to stop.”
The school’s last inspection was carried out in June 2011, when it was also judged to be ‘good’.