Pupils' behaviour is 'outstanding'

PUBLISHED: 07:56 06 March 2009 | UPDATED: 14:55 14 July 2010

A school has been praised for the behaviour of its pupils by inspectors.

A school has been praised for the behaviour of its pupils by inspectors.

Little Melton Primary School, in School Lane, Little Melton, which has 77 pupils and was inspected by Ofsted at the beginning of February, was rated as good overall.

Inspectors said the pupils' behaviour was outstanding and that they cared for each other and respected each other's views.

The report states: "The school's family atmosphere and the care provided for each pupil generate a good climate for learning.

"It is inclusive, providing well for pupils who have learning difficulties or medical needs and enabling some high achieving pupils to work with older pupils for English and mathematics.

"Community cohesion is promoted well and there are strong links with parents, local schools and the community. Pupils learn French or Spanish and they are knowledgeable about major faiths and cultures. Visiting students from other countries who are studying at the hospital or university in Norwich are welcome visitors. This is a good school where pupils are well prepared for their future lives."

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