THE headteacher of a Chaddesley Corbett primary school says she is delighted that a recent Ofsted inspection found them to be 'good' in all areas.

Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School, which was graded 'requires improvement' in 2015 and 2017, has now had its rating upgraded after inspectors visited in October.

In a follow-up report, inspectors said that pupils enjoyed learning and described a "learning buzz" across the school.

The report said that leaders and governors had improved all aspects of the school since the last inspection and said the quality of education as a whole had improved.

Support for pupils with special educational needs or disabilities was found to be effective and staff understood their responsibilities for keeping children safe.

The report goes on to say: "Pupils are doing better now than they did in the past. This is because leaders have raised expectations across the school. Leaders and teachers want all pupils to do well."

Chaddesley Corbett was rated 'good' for the quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and early years provision.

Headteacher Emma James said the school had been on course for sustainable improvement for the last five years, and is now working towards becoming outstanding.

Mrs James said: "Our whole team are delighted that we have received the recognition that we have worked so hard to achieve."

The school is holding two open events for prospective pupils and parents on Thursday, November 14 from 6pm to 8pm and on Saturday, November 16 from 10am to noon.