Pupils at Fitzmaurice Primary School in Bradford on Avon are “suitably challenged and motivated to do their best” according to Ofsted who rated the school good last week.

The inspectors observed 25 lessons on May 7 and 8 and the report commended pupils’ enjoyment of the school, their good behaviour, good progress and reaching above average standards.

Headteacher Tracey Dunn said: “We were last inspected in 2009 and the Ofsted framework has changed so much since then. We were delighted they came.

“The last report was such a long time ago it wasn’t reflecting the school as it is now.”

The report said the teaching is good, challenging pupils and the leadership is ambitious for pupils’ academic and personal development.