A HEADTEACHER is celebrating after an Ofsted report praised her “outstanding” school, staff and pupils.
Gill Lloyd, head of Cambridge Road Primary in Ellesmere Port, said: “I am delighted with this report which celebrates our school ethos and the commitment of my staff.
“The report told the children that they go to a ‘good’ school where they are well-taught and that they receive ‘outstanding care, guidance and support’.”
Paul Bamber, the lead Ofsted inspector, said the over all effectiveness of the school was ‘good’.
He added: “Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes are good. They enjoy a rich curriculum and are well taught.
“The quality of the care and support pupils receive is excellent.
“The school has a much higher than average proportion of vulnerable pupils, of those with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and those who have difficulty conforming or behaving consistently well.”