Parker's Church of England Primary Academy in Pound Hill, Saham Toney, has been rated 'Good' following a visit from Ofsted inspectors.

The school received this rating after undergoing inspections on October 17 and 18.

The academy teaches children from reception to year six and is part of the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust.

The Ofsted report stated that "the six values of respect, hope, kindness, responsibility, strength and unity are threaded through everyday life at Parker’s."

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Adults encourage pupils to 'work hard and aim high', and have the 'same ambition for all pupils' including children with special educational needs and/or disabilities, who are 'fully integrated in school life'.

Ofsted noted that a 'broad, balanced and ambitious curriculum' is presented, with adults who plan activities that 'inspire children to think deeply'.

Executive headteacher Sarah Disney, said: “Parker’s Church of England Primary Academy has changed enormously since becoming an academy, joining the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust. 

"All of the staff have worked exceptionally hard to make significant progress and are immensely proud of the school.”