No stone will be left unturned in a school’s bid to achieve an outstanding Ofsted rating, according to its head teacher.
Roger Walsh, who has been head teacher at Harleston CEVA Primary School since 2003, said he was pleased the school was found to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted. At the last inspection in 2009, it was found to be ‘Good’, although Mr Walsh, who praised staff at the school, added that with standards at Ofsted changing, it symbolised progress.
“Maintaining good is not us standing still - it means we have had to get significantly better. There won’t be a stone left unturned to get there (an outstanding rating),” he said.