Government inspectors have praised a West Norfolk school for offering a ‘rich educational experience.”
The Ofsted team also praised the community at Gaywood Primary School in King’s Lynn and how well the pupils both behave and respect each other.
It also highlighted the wider opportunities they are offered including sports clubs and music tuition, and the creation of leadership roles like junior leader, school councillor and science ambassador.
The school got a good rating in all categories saying there was a comprehensively planned curriculum, a focus on reading skills from a young age and a good provision for those pupils with special educational needs or disabilities.
Headteacher Neil Mindham said: “I am extremely pleased that the Ofsted inspectors acknowledge our school is a strong community and that children have a rich educational experience at Gaywood Primary.
“We hope that staff, parents/carers and pupils alike will feel immense pride in the many positives about our school which have been highlighted in the report.
“We look forward to continuing to provide a warm, friendly, atmosphere in a safe, caring environment where children will be happy and successful.”