STAFF at an Annesley Primary School are celebrating after receiving a good report from Osted.
Inspectors praised Annesley Primary and Nursery School for putting measures in place to allow pupils to make good progress and for having above average attainment levels in English and maths.
The report was also impressed with teaching levels, the quality of planning and theuse of an ‘impressive range of techniques and activities in lessons to ensure pupils are engaged fully and concentrate well on learning.
Pupils also received praise, being described as ‘polite and respectful to each other and adults.’
But the report said more needed to be done to improve attendance levels and preventabsenteeis.
The report also suggested more needed to be done to give pupils the necessary opportunities to write extensively in subjects other than literacy lessons in order to boost skill levels.
Headteacher Paul Nolan said: “We are really pleased with the Ofsted Report that highlights that good and outstanding teaching is seen in every class.
“Pupils make good progress and children of all abilities take a full part in lessons and do their best.
“We are happy that the inspectors noted that pupils appeared to be genuinely pleased to be in class and learning.
“Behaviour in the school was found to be good with pupils polite and respectful.”