Chalfont St Giles Junior School has received an Outstanding Ofsted Rating, the first in the county under the new framework.
The Ofsted inspection took place over two days, January 23 and January 24.
The school was rated outstanding in all categories, including effectiveness of leadership and management, quality of teaching, learning and assessment, personal development, behaviour and welfare, and the outcomes of pupils.
Headteacher Mrs Peal said: “I can’t thank the children enough; it is down to their excellent attitudes to learning and the amazing hard work off all our dedicated staff that we have achieved this result.
“The report shows that we have both happy children and happy staff who love coming to school each day and the balance between this and our high academic expectations is something for the whole community to be proud of. The whole team are thrilled that their hard work and dedication has been recognised.”
The inspection was undertaken by Professor Michael Green HMI and Sarah Hubbard HMI, Ofsted’s National lead for English.
The inspection was also overseen by Matthew Haynes, senior HMI.
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