Pupils and parents are rejoicing at news their school has been judged good by Ofsted following its recent inspection.
Inspectors visited Low Ash Primary School last month for their first examination in two years.
Their report, published this week declared the school to be good across all areas and said: “Leaders, managers and governors are very ambitious for the pupils. They have very high expectations of pupils and staff. As a result, pupils’ outcomes and the overall effectiveness of the school have improved and are now good”.
The report also says that: “Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strength of the school. The curriculum promotes the school’s values particularly well and is preparing children to become good citizens”.
They also noted that the quality of teaching across the school has been tackled successfully, by the headteacher and other leaders.
Headteacher, Terry Woollin said he was “delighted” with the result.
“This is a very positive report. It’s testament to the incredible hard work that the whole school community – staff, governors, parents and, of course, the pupils have put in to making Low Ash Primary School the fantastic school that it clearly is.”
Michael Jameson, Bradford Council’s Strategic Director of Children’s Services, said: “This is a great achievement for Low Ash Primary School and one of which they are rightly proud. Congratulations go to all who have worked so hard to bring about this positive outcome and achievement.”