West Norfolk schools are improving

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Three village schools which were deemed inadequate by Ofsted inspectors earlier this year are making satisfactory improvements, according to new documents.

Inspectors returned to the schools in Castle Acre, Narborough and Sporle, which together form the Nar Valley Federation, last month after they were found to have “serious weaknesses” in February.

However, the improvements were recorded in letters to the schools’ executive headteacher, Kelly Scott, which were published by the inspection body yesterday.

Inspector Prue Rayner said: “Leaders and managers are taking effective actions towards the removal of the serious weaknesses designation.”