Pupils and staff at St Anne’s C of E Primary School in Worksop are celebrating after the school was rated ‘Good’ in its latest Ofsted inspection.
In the report, which was published this week, Ofsted inspectors hailed St Anne’s as a “good and improving school”, which “provides a calm, well-ordered and vibrant atmosphere where pupils and staff know they are valued”.
Clare Middleton, the school’s headteacher, told the Guardian: “This is a fantastic outcome for our school.
“We are delighted of what we have achieved.
“This is in recognition of the hard work that everyone puts into making St Anne’s C of E Primary School a place where children love to come and learn.”
The chair of governors, Matthew Smith, also praised the commitment and work of staff, pupils and parents in achieving the result.
The Ofsted rating is the latest boost for the school, which is based on Harrington Street, after its pupils achieved “record” Key Stage 2 results last year.
You can read the full report on the Ofted website at reports.ofsted.gov.uk
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