CLUTTON Primary School is celebrating a glowing report in a school inspection.
The Church of England infant school was described as ‘outstanding’ in the National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools report, which was full of praise for staff and students.
Established strengths mentioned in the report included the clear vision and strong commitment of the headteacher to the continued development of the Christian ethos of the school.
All children and staff are valued and are encouraged to develop as individuals within a caring, supportive and stimulating learning environment based on Christian principles and values, the report said.
The school is welcoming, with valuable contributions made to it by all members of the school community.
Other attributes made to the school were the school’s leadership and management as a church school and the great emphasis on worship.
Staff were described as ‘excellent role models’ to the children, who are always ‘polite and well behaved ’
Amanda Robinson, Clutton Primary School’s chair of governors, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and I thank the staff, children, parents and governors for their hard work, commitment and support.”