Staff and students at a primary school are celebrating after receiving a 'Good' rating in their recent Ofsted inspection.
Luttons CP School, in West Lutton, has been awarded the accolade following an inspection in July.
The school was recognised to be an inclusive learning environment where pupils are all making good progress, including any disadvantaged children and those with special education needs.
Inspectors found pupils are well behaved with good attitude towards their learning. The report praised the nursery for giving children a flying start to their education.
Headteacher Alison Stephenson said: “The result of the Ofsted report is great news. It reflects the hard work from everyone involved in our school community. The teachers, staff, parents, governors and of course our children."
The news comes hot-on-the-heels of the school announcement that it is to federate with nearby Sherburn Church of England VC Primary School.
Val Bottomley, chair of governors at Luttons School said: “The report really does underline how hard everyone works to make Luttons School a wonderful primary school
“The Ofsted report emphasises how parents, carers, pupils, staff and governors speak very highly of the impact of our Head teacher, Mrs Stephenson. She is a great asset and along with the fabulous staff, I am sure that we will be working hard towards becoming an Outstanding school."
The full Ofsted report can be read on the school website at www.luttons.n-yorks.sch.uk, or on the Ofsted website.