NORTH Mundham Primary School pupils and teachers are celebrating after Ofsted rated them as ‘good’ in all areas of inspection.
In a report Ofsted inspectors concluded the school’s governors were ‘strongly committed’.
The report said: “Pupils are polite, helpful and considerate of each other. They behave well in lessons and around the school.
“Pupils feel safe in school and say that staff take good care of them. A very large majority of parents agree that this is the case.”
Inspectors also recognised that pupils had ‘positive attitudes’ towards their education and praised teachers for giving pupils ‘detailed feedback’ which helped they to improve.
Head teacher Julia Carey said the report was the result of a hardworking and strong staff team.
“I am so proud of the way everyone works together at North Mundham to make sure that we can do our best in every way,” she said.
“The school benefits from a strong staff team and governors who know the school and the context we are working in really well.
“Our families support the school in numerous ways and this enables us to offer the children lots of different opportunities to add to their enjoyment in learning.”