A Bradford primary school has won praise from inspectors for the third time.
In its latest Ofsted report, top marks were given for how Westminster CE Primary School, in Peel Park cares for, supports and guides its pupils.
Inspectors also praised teachers for having strong relationships with pupils and expecting their pupils to work hard. Since opening as a Fresh Start School in September 2005, Westminster CE Primary School has been judged as good in its last three inspections, 2008, 2011 and 2014.
Head teacher Rob Freeth said: “We are delighted with our latest Ofsted report as it reflects how we see the school, as a good school offering good teaching and good opportunities for our pupils to make good progress. Parents, pupils, staff and governors have all worked hard.”