A FIRST school is delighted to announce the details of its latest Ofsted report.

Teachers and governors of Humshaugh First School were proud to share the news of the school's report confirming it is rated 'good' by inspectors.

The inspectors found pupils behave well, teachers are highly creative and there are no safeguarding issues.

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In the report, Ofsted inspectors noted that pupils thrive among the high levels of care, encouragement and support they receive and that high expectations are set for all pupils.  

Headteacher Mrs Jude Long said: “We are very pleased with the outcome of the Ofsted inspection, and I want to thank all the pupils, staff, governors, parents and carers for their invaluable contributions to ensuring that our wonderful school has retained an Ofsted rating of 'good'.

The chair of governors, professor Herbie Newell CBE, commented: “Thanks to the hard work of our teachers and children, and the support we receive from parents, carers and the community, our excellent school continues to thrive. The independent Ofsted inspection confirms that the school gives our children a great start in life – well done everyone.”