A junior school's close links to a zoological society has been praised by watchdogs in a glowing inspection report.

Kinsale Junior School, in Hellesdon, has continued to be a good rated school following its latest Ofsted inspection.

And part of its success is the close links it holds with the Zoological Society of East Anglia - which allows pupils to learn about wildlife, conservation and the environment through visits.

Roz Robinson, headteacher of the school, said: "I would like thank all our children, parents and staff for their continued effort and hard work to ensure Kinsale remains a good school.

"The report is very positive and we continue to build on our successes to provide the best opportunities and quality of education for our children."

Daniel Thrower., chief executive of the Wensum Trust, to which the school belongs, said: "I am delighted the report has highlighted our partnership with the Zoological Society of East Anglia.

"This is one of a number of partnerships the trust has developed to provide children with opportunities to help them develop their life skills and aspirations for the future"