A BRADFORD school has been praised for improving pupils’ results.

Last month Ofsted inspectors visited All Saints CofE Primary School, off Little Horton Lane, for the first time since the school was judged “good” in 2013.

In a letter to head John Davie, who has taken on the role since the last inspection, Ofsted has said: “You have built on the good work of the previous headteacher and have vigorously grasped the challenge of making the school even better.

“Pupils from many diverse backgrounds and abilities make good progress throughout their time at the school. Outcomes for pupils at the end of key stage 2 improved markedly in 2016, with pupils making better progress in all subjects than the national average.

“Good relationships are the hallmark of the school and pupils mix exceptionally well with each other.

“Parents have a positive view of the school and comment on how much their children enjoy school.”