A South Lynn primary school has been told it is providing pupils a “good” standard of education.
St Michaels Primary School has raised standards since its last Ofsted inspection when it was given a “satisfactory” rating.
An Ofsted report said: “This is a rapidly improving school as a result of the excellent leadership by the headteacher and the good support from governors, staff and pupils.”
The school was rated as good in all four areas judged by inspectors. They are: achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour of pupils and leadership and management.
The report added: “Pupils are making good progress and attainment is rising in all year groups.”
The school was given advice to increase its rating to outstanding including, ensuring most able pupils are fully stretched and ensuring expectations of pupils’ is equal across all subjects.