A Boston school has been recognised as Outstanding by Ofsted which has praised it’s ‘inspirational headteacher’, ‘visionary senior leaders’ and ‘fabulous resources’.
Ofsted said the pupils at Boston West Academy receieved an ‘outstanding education in the broadest sense’.
The report about the school said: “The visionary senior leaders have created a school garden and grounds that are highly impressive.
“Teachers make the best use of this fabulous resource so that pupils have exceptional learning opportunities.”
The report added: “The highly cohesive staff team work as one to bring to life the school’s vision and values.
“They continually strive to improve the quality of teaching and learning so that pupils make rapid progress from their starting points.
“It is specifically designed to equip pupils not only with factual knowledge but with leadership and team-building skills, alongside the ability to problem-solve.”
Head teacher Mike Schofield said: “I am obviously delighted with the outcome of our Ofsted inspection, particularly for my amazing team of staff and our fabulous kids.
“My simple and clear aim from the outset was to give our children the very best primary educational experience, one that would touch every aspect of their development, enabling them to become happy and successful life-long learners, ready to embrace the future!
“For a long time, we have been recognised by all as an excellent school, now we can hold our heads high in the knowledge that we are officially an outstanding school in every aspect of our work.”
He added: “Together, our school community have created an amazing place for our children.
“Together, within our rapidly changing and challenging world, we will work relentlessly to give our children ‘the best’.”