West Norfolk school where ‘every child feels valued’ remains good, watchdog says
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A primary school in west Norfolk in which 'every child feels valued' has been told it remains a good school.
Education watchdog Ofsted has told Tilney All Saints Primary School it is still good, three years after its predecessor school was given the rating in May 2014.
Inspectors said Anne Senior, executive headteacher, had developed a strong leadership team and that 'morale is high and staff say that they are proud to be members of this school'.
'Your aspirations for this small village school are shared by everyone,' inspectors said. 'You, your senior leaders, staff and governors have created an environment in which every child feels valued.'
Andrew Read, chief executive of the Diocese of Ely Multi-Academy Trust, which runs the school, said: 'I am delighted that inspectors recognised the hard work of all the staff and children at the school, and the contribution of the trust to helping make this such a successful school.'
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