Following a recent monitoring inspection by Ofsted, Mablethorpe Primary Academy has achieved the best judgement possible.
Even though the academy has been open less than a year, the inspection was carried out due to the academy’s predecessor school being given a notice to improve.
Catherine Teale, headteacher of the school commented: “We have made outstanding progress since September and staff and pupils are rightly proud of their achievements.
“We have ambitious plans for the academy and we’re extremely pleased Ofsted recognises we are moving forward.”
Barry Day, chief executive of the Greenwood Dale Foundation Trust added: “I am delighted with this positive inspection report.
“My congratulations go to Miss Teale, headteacher and Mrs Hadley, deputy head, for their hard efforts.
“Together they are bringing about improvements in key areas. I am also extremely proud of our pupils and staff and grateful to parents for their ongoing support.”
The inspectors noted the academy’s partnership with other academies is supporting better teaching and this additional expertise is helping to raise expectations.