EAST Tilbury primary school has been high praised after an inspection by government watchdog Ofsted.
They came to the school on May 11th and 12th and rated the school as "Good".
The report made the following observations.
The headteacher and senior leaders have good support from the governing body and have been very effective in driving improvements forward since the last inspection.
As a result teaching and pupils’ achievement have greatly improved. The school is continuing to improve.
Leaders are successfully promoting a positive school ethos with a strong focus on the achievement of all groups, especially pupils who have special educational needs or disability and disadvantaged pupils.
Leaders promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, including British values, very effectively.
Teaching assistants work closely with teachers to provide good support for learning.
Pupils’ behaviour throughout the school is good. Pupils enjoy coming to school, which is reflected in their above-average attendance.