Walpole Cross Keys Primary School given Good grade by the inspectors
Ofsted inspectors have given a thumbs-up to standards at Walpole Cross Keys Primary School, after an inspection last month.
The report said the school continues to have a Good rating and praised the school for the quality of education that it provides.
It said: “Walpole Cross Keys is a small school which is very much at the heart of the community it serves.
“Staff know pupils well and are effective in meeting their individual needs. This includes extensive support for their well-being.
“Parents staff and pupils in response to Ofsted’s online questionnaires, report positively about the school.”
Ofsted also noted that pupils work hard and are keen to do well, that there is a rich and engaging curriculum providing opportunities for pupils to practice basic numeracy and literacy skills and that the governors support and challenge the school effectively.
Jo Borley, executive headteacher, said: “We are all very proud of our achievement and I would like to thank all our staff, pupils, parents and governors for their ongoing support.”
Walpole Cross Keys has been part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust for three years.
This federation of schools covers seven primaries and four secondary schools in West Norfolk.