PUPILS and staff at Terrington Primary School are celebrating the success of their latest Ofsted report.

The inspector Eve Morris described the school as one with a strong feeling of community.

“Leaders, staff and governors are determined to give pupils a broad, enjoyable education,” she said.

“The school is a vibrant, happy place where pupils display great enthusiasm for learning, behave well and are keen to share their achievements.

“All pupils make strong progress from their starting points.”

Ms Morris said: “Pupils behave very well. At playtimes, pupils from nursery to Year 6 play together in a kind and caring way. One pupil said the school is a ‘big family’.

“When we looked at books together, we saw that all pupils make strong progress from their starting points. Work set is challenging and interesting. Pupils talked with enthusiasm about their learning, and were proud to show us their work.

Ms Morris also praised the school for progress made in early years, identifying children being supported well by very able adults who engage them in their learning through effective questioning.

Head teacher Sarah Moore said Terrington Primary has recently carried out significant alterations to their building providing a dedicated early years unit in addition to their Key Stage 1 and 2 classes.

“I am so proud of our children and staff and extremely pleased the inspector recognised the excellent standard of education our children receive,” she said.

“If prospective parents would like to see what we have to offer we welcome appointments to view school and nursery.”