12:47PM, Wednesday 03 July 2013
Boyne Hill Infant School in Maidenhead has been recognised as 'outstanding' by Ofsted for the second time.
The school in Rutland Road was visited by inspectors on Thursday June, 6 and Friday, June 7.
The report said: “Pupils feel safe and happy and make excellent progress."
It also said ‘the targets the school sets are very demanding” and noted that the children are offered “rich opportunities to develop and apply skills in art and music as well as English and Mathematics”.
Headteacher Jenny Stephen said:“I am very pleased that the hard work and dedication of the staff and governors has been recognised, but above all, that the children enjoy their learning and make such fantastic progress during their time with us at Boyne Hill”.
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