A village primary school has been judged to be good following a Government inspection.
Kislingbury Primary School was given the verdict from Ofsted after inspecting the school last month.
It was judged to be good in all areas and sees an improvement for the school which was previously judged to be satisfactory at the last inspection back in 2011.
The report said: “Pupils achieve well across the school. From starting points below the levels expected for their age, pupils reach above-average standards by the end of Year 6. Teaching is good and some is outstanding. Teachers plan lessons that are interesting so that pupils are motivated to learn. Well-planned and targeted support for disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs and those who are supported with extra funding helps these pupils to make good progress. Pupils like coming to school and feel safe. Their behaviour and attitudes to learning are good.”