Staff, pupils and parents are celebrating after a Bridlington school maintained its ‘good’ grading following a Short Ofsted visit.
Burlington Infants school headteacher Louise Booth was very happy with the result.
She said: “We are delighted that our school has maintained our ‘good’ judgement since the previous inspection. The inspector was of the opinion that the school has demonstrated strong practice since the last visit and may have improved significantly overall by the time of our next full inspection.”
The inspector praised the school on the strong team spirit by staff and recognised how hard they are all working to ‘make the school the best that it can be’
Children were also praised highly for their ‘exemplary behaviour’ and the way ‘they work extremely well with each other and supporting each other’s learning.
“They really are such a credit to their parents, to themselves and to our school. We are so proud of them all.” added Mrs Booth.
A full Ofsted Inspection is due to take place at the school later this year.
Picture: Headteacher Louise Booth, left with Catherine McClarron (Deputy Head), with centre back, Angela Norton (Chair of Governors) and Wendy Burnhill (School Business Manager)