Headteacher leaves Northrepps Primary, near Cromer, on a very “good” note
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Pupils and staff at one of Norfolk's smallest village schools are celebrating their 'good' Ofsted report, which included praise for outstanding features.
Northrepps Primary, near Cromer, gained a 'good' ranking in all four areas looked at by Ofsted inspector Michael Miller who visited on May 23-24.
Mr Miller also noted that the quality of some teaching and learning at the 35-pupil school was 'outstanding.'
His report has pleased headteacher Terrie Clifft who will leave the school, after three years in charge, at the end of term next month.
During her time a pre-school has been set up at the Victorian school, all the buildings have been modernised and IT equipment updated.
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? To find out what the Ofsted inspector said and who will succeed Mrs Clifft, read Thursday's North Norfolk News.
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