A Bradford school has been described as "good" by government inspectors, who praised it for celebrating its "wide range of backgrounds, cultures and beliefs."

Lower Fields Primary School on Fenby Avenue was told it had maintained its good status after Ofsted visited the school last month. Their report, released last week, said: "Standards are rising and pupils achieve well. Pupils make at least the progress expected of them and many do even better.

"Most teaching is good. Staff are committed and hard-working and the leadership of teaching and learning is strong. This is a school where the wide range of backgrounds, cultures and beliefs represented are very much celebrated and valued."

The report rated the school good in all four categories, pupil behaviour, teaching, pupil achievement and leadership.

The school was also rated good at the last inspection in 2009.