A Doncaster primary school has plenty to celebrate after Ofsted branded it ‘outstanding’ in its latest report.
Warmsworth Primary School, on Mill Lane, received full marks from inspectors because of pupils’ achievement, behaviour, the quality and passion of teaching, and leadership.
It represents an upgrade for a school rated as good in its last inspection.
The Ofsted report states that “one reason why pupils learn so well is that much of their teaching is outstanding”.
For a school to receive the highest grade it needs to be ‘highly effective in delivering outcomes that provide exceptionally well for all its pupils’ needs.
The report said this ensures that pupils are very well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment
Pupils, teachers, assistant teachers, headteacher, deputy head teacher and governors are praised in the report.
Headteacher Ann Marshall said: “As head teacher, I am delighted with the Ofsted grading of ‘Outstanding’.
“Every aspect of the school was rigorously assessed against the latest, stringent requirements that Ofsted now apply, so this is a tremendous achievement.
“I am especially proud that inspectors acknowledged the uncompromising drive for improvement, which is shared by all staff.
“I would like to thank the staff, pupils, parents and governors, who have all contributed to the success of Warmsworth Primary School.”