The North West London Jewish Day School has improved its overall Ofsted rating from good to outstanding in its latest inspection.
Inspectors also found pupil achievement, teaching quality and leadership and management good — and behaviour and safety of pupils outstanding.
In its summary, Ofsted noted that standards in English and maths were well above average. Pupil behaviour had improved considerably since the previous inspection and the school had developed a highly effective system for tracking pupil progress.
NWLJDS head Daniel Kerber said that the improved report reflected “the efforts and achievements of the school community over the past three years and I commend the staff for their dedication”.