Farsley Farfield Primary School is celebrating after Ofsted inspectors said it continued to be a ‘good’ school.
The inspection described the school as ‘vibrant and happy’. The curriculum is ‘ambitious’ and ‘exciting’, with some of it described as ‘exceptional’. All the children were said to ‘flourish’ in the inclusive culture.
Support for children with SEND was also described as ‘exceptional’. Farfield’s children were described as ‘fluent readers’ and ‘confident mathematicians’. The school’s work to safeguard pupils was, in Ofsted terms, ‘highly effective’.
The report said: “Farsley Farfield Primary School is a vibrant and happy place to learn. Pupils feel they belong here and see themselves as part of a diverse family. Adults inspire pupils to treat each other with kindness and respect.
“The school has developed an exciting curriculum that brings learning to life for pupils.”
Headteacher, Peter Harris, said: “Once again, Farsley Farfield Primary School is recognised as a very good school with very strong inclusion. We are a happy, confident school that children enjoy attending and staff are committed to. Our parents are overwhelmingly supportive with 98% of them recommending the school.
“Our staff, governors, parents and children all presented a very strong picture of the school to the HMI inspector and she left with a very positive view of our school. We had so much more to share with her but she was only here for two days. Everyone involved with the school should be very proud of this report.”