CHILDREN at an Upholland school are feeling part of the family after receiving a glowing report from inspectors.
Dalton St Michael’s Church of England Primary say they aim to cater for children of all abilities and that their group approach has been recognised by the schools inspectorate.
Headteacher, Adele Robinson, is now in her third year at the school.
She said: “I can genuinely say my time here has been the most rewarding of my career.
“I have a fantastic team with experienced staff who know our children and families well.
“Pupils are taught with those of a similar ability and work is always differentiated to match their understanding and ensure progress is sustained. And everybody is encouraged to get to know one another.
“We are lucky enough to have families attend our school from one generation to the next so it really does feel like a big happy family, something Ofsted also identified in our last inspection.
“Our aim is to promote learning for our children in a safe and nurturing environment, allowing each child to maximise their potential focusing on their strengths, developing them in readiness for high school and beyond.”