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School home to ‘responsible’ students deemed good by Ofsted

PUBLISHED: 15:52 12 March 2020 | UPDATED: 15:52 12 March 2020

From left: Diane Bainbridge, deputy head, Alexandra Lightbown trust leader and Helen Kemp, head teacher with children from Watton Westfield Infant and Nursery School. Picture: Corvus Education

From left: Diane Bainbridge, deputy head, Alexandra Lightbown trust leader and Helen Kemp, head teacher with children from Watton Westfield Infant and Nursery School. Picture: Corvus Education

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Pupils and staff at a infant school are celebrating after a watchdog graded it good.

Watton Westfield Infant and Nursery was judged as a 'good school' after an inspection from Ofsted.

It recognised that the school, part of Corvus Education Trust, provides a 'purposeful environment', where pupils 'achieve well', 'behave responsibly' and learn and play 'safely and securely'.

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CEO and Trust leader, Alexandra Lightbown, said: 'The school has moved on significantly since Corvus Education Trust was directed to take the school under its wing in March 2017.

'This result is a testament to the hard work that has been put in and the amazing way that everyone works to support each other.'

All three Corvus Education Trust Primary Schools, Westfield, Aslacton Primary and Manor Field Infant and Nursery, have received a judgement of 'Good' since the start of the year.

For more information go to watton.corvuseducation.com.


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