West Norfolk school praised for its strong leadership in Ofsted report

PUBLISHED: 09:21 23 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:21 23 March 2018

Anthony Curton Primary School at Walpole St Peter. Photo: Denise Bradley

Anthony Curton Primary School at Walpole St Peter. Photo: Denise Bradley

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A West Norfolk school received top marks after being rated good in an Ofsted report.

Anthony Curton Primary School, in Walpole St. Peter near King’s Lynn, was commended for its strong leadership following an inspection last month.

The inspector stated in their report: “I was impressed by the environment for learning that staff create, including attractive, high-quality displays which celebrate pupils’ achievements.”

She said executive headteacher Anne Senior had developed a strong leadership team which effectively supported her partner school and other schools within the Diocese of Ely Multi-Academy Trust, which runs the school.

Mrs Senior said: “We are all very proud of the inspection outcome, which reflects the consistent hard work of all our children, staff and governors, the support of our Multi Academy Trust, and the high regard in which our parents hold us.”

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