Brant Broughton Primary School gets 'outstanding' Ofsted report
A primary school has been classed as "outstanding" in all key areas after seeing a dramatic rise in standards.
Brant Broughton Church of England and Methodist Primary School was rated as "satisfactory" overall in 2010. But in under three years, Ofsted inspectors say some children are now making "exceptional progress".
Head teacher Krysta Parsons, left, said: "I am so pleased and proud that we achieved the highest grade of 'outstanding' in all four areas of the inspection.
"We are only the second school in Lincolnshire to be given this grading since the new more rigorous inspection framework was introduced in September 2012, and only around 4 per cent of schools nationally are 'outstanding'.
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"Together with being ranked in the top 10 of Lincolnshire schools in the 2012 KS2 performance tables and also becoming the English Schools FA Small Schools County Champions at football it has been a great 12 months for the school.
"So I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to all our wonderful children, my brilliant staff and the governors who are so committed to supporting the school."