AN Ofsted inspector’s heart was warmed on a recent visit to a Chester Catholic school.
He was at St Clare’s Catholic Primary School in Lache for a two-day inspection.
The school was judged to be a good school with the pupils’ personal development described as outstanding.
The inspector said: “It was heart-warming to see older pupils taking care of younger children at the dining table and in the playground.”
The school was seen to be well led and managed with the senior staff working well as a team. The governors are supportive and contribute to the school’s self evaluation.
Headteacher Terry Daltrey commented: “We are absolutely delighted with the outcome of the Ofsted inspection and the very positive comments contained within the report.”