School home to ‘responsible’ students deemed good by Ofsted
- Credit: Archant
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'.
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.'
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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.
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