Kelsale Church of England Primary School rated ‘outstanding’ by inspectors

Kelsale CEVC Primary School pupils and headteacher, Carolyn Taylor, celebrate receiving an 'outstand

Kelsale CEVC Primary School pupils and headteacher, Carolyn Taylor, celebrate receiving an 'outstanding' rating from inspectors - Credit: Archant

A Suffolk school has won top marks from inspectors.

Kelsale CEVC Primary School was deemed ‘outstanding’ in its latest Church of England schools report.

Enrolment has more than doubled in three years, with work under way on an extension to enable capacity to grow to 168.

Headteacher, Carolyn Taylor thanked staff and governors for their dedication and support, and praised the behaviour of pupils, described by inspectors as “always of the highest standard”.

She added: “This result has provided staff and governors with a much needed morale boost, in a time when the local authority judge schools by data. The staff work extremely hard and pupils perform to their potential, leaving our school with a love of learning and values that will enable them to take their place successfully in the wider community.”


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