A class act

A headteacher and her staff have been praised by Government inspectors for making a Cambourne school a happy place where everyone enjoys learning. Ofsted inspectors graded leadership at the Vine Inter Church Primary School, in Lower Cambourne, as outstand

A headteacher and her staff have been praised by Government inspectors for making a Cambourne school a happy place where everyone enjoys learning.

Ofsted inspectors graded leadership at the Vine Inter Church Primary School, in Lower Cambourne, as outstanding.

They praised headteacher Debbie Higham and her team for being responsible for "creating a strong, mature ethos that is welcoming and affirming to new pupils and their families".

In a letter to the pupils, lead inspector John Godwood said: "Mrs Higham and her staff have done a fantastic job in leading your new school and making it into such a happy place."


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He said pupils were "lucky to go to such an exciting school where the staff enjoy teaching and have big plans for the future".

Mrs Higham told The Hunts Post: "We are all really pleased with the report. We are a very new school and all the community support we have received has been wonderful."

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INFORMATION: To view the report in full visit www.ofsted.org.uk

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