A PRIMARY school has been judged to be good with outstanding features by a government inspector.
Flore Primary School was given a good grade by Ofsted and it found the school had made particularly good progress in science lessons.
The report also said that some aspects of pupils’ personal development such as behaviour were excellent, which has led to a major impact on the work children produce.
Responding to the findings, headteacher Jan Stoppani said she was pleased by the judgement.
“The inspection has highlighted the quality of teaching, learning and support at Flore School which enables children of all abilities to make good progress and enjoy their studies.
“I am pleased that the report recognised the wide range of experiences and challenges on offer to the children and the strength of their creative development.
“We had identified the areas for improvement prior to the inspection and so these did not come as any surprise to us. I am delighted that, once again, we have been judged a good school with some outstanding features.”
The Ofsted report highlighted effective lesson planning by staff to challenge more able children.