Pupils at King David Primary in Liverpool are “a credit to the school and their families”, Ofsted has reported after its first inspection in five years.
The school maintained a “good quality of education” and headteacher Rachel Rick was praised for having “created an environment that has the well-being of pupils and staff at its core. Staff morale is high and pupils are happy.” Students with special needs or disabilities were welcomed and support for them swiftly implemented.
King David children generally “listen well in lessons and their attitudes to learning are good”, Ofsted added.
The progress of the most able pupils in maths had become “a strength of the school”. But they could be advancing faster in reading.