Pupils and staff at a primary school in Suffolk are celebrating after receiving a Good rating by Ofsted in a turnaround for the school following Inadequate judgement two years ago.

Stoke-by-Nayland Church of England Primary School near Leavenheath has been rated Good by Ofsted following a visit from inspectors at the end of September.

In the report it states that "pupils strive to be the best that they can be at the school" and "they respond well to staff's high expectations."

It also noted that there was a "strong family-feel to the school" with older students looking after younger ones, being "kind and compassionate".

The school was also described to have a "calm and harmonious atmosphere".

Headteacher Kelly McGrath said: "We are thrilled to have achieved a good rating.

"It is brilliant to see all the hard work which staff and pupils have put in has been recognised."

Mrs McGrath was at the school when it was last inspected in 2021 and was judged to be Inadequate, but took over at the start of last year's academic year.

She continued: "We've created a curriculum that's bespoke to our children.

"We have ensured that the quality of education is of a high standard and we've achieved consistency across the school."

The curriculum was highlighted in the report as being "ambitious and well-planned" and it "builds pupils' knowledge step by step and is age appropriate."

Jane Sheat, CEO of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Multi Academy Trust, said: "I am delighted that Ofsted recognised the progress made at Stoke-by-Nayland and the support provided by the trust."