A SCHOOL community which ‘totally’ subscribes to the vision of its head teacher is celebrating after an Ofsted inspection.
Lavant C of E Primary School has been judged as good, with pupils’ behaviour classed as outstanding.
“We are delighted with the outcome of the inspection, particularly given the framework which is so much more demanding than previous ones,” said Adrian King, headteacher.
“I’d like to thank staff and governors for their valued and sustained efforts and now look forward to continuing our journey in becoming an outstanding school.”
Chairman of governors Chris Hawker said: “This outcome was well deserved and was the result of a great deal of hard work on the part of the headteacher, staff and pupils.
“We are very conscious children only get one education and we will leave no stone unturned in ensuring they develop to their fullest potential while they are in our care.”
The inspector said children enjoyed coming to school and ‘love learning’ and commented that pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to learning were outstanding.
He said: “Pupils give great support to each other around school and when working in lessons.”
Families who responded to a questionnaire said they would recommend the school to others.