Sandringham and West Newton Primary School has been given a clean bill of health after an inspection by Ofsted.
The school was given a good grading by the inspectors, when they visited last month.
Among high points found at the school were:
n Teaching is now consistently good and pupils have a thirst for learning. They come each day keen and eager to learn
n Reading is a particular strength because phonics (how letters link to the sounds they make) are taught well and every pupil practises their reading
n In class, pupils are attentive and curious to learn; they persevere and try their best.
n Parents are very supportive of the school. A typical comment is, “A good foundation is laid in this idyllic spot”. ,
However, the school was not outstanding because it could do better in the areas of marking and computing.