A WOMBWELL primary school has been rated ‘good’ following its latest Ofsted inspection.

High View Primary Learning Centre, based on Newsome Avenue, currently has a total of 462 children on its roll.

It was the subject of an Ofsted inspection in May - though the report was released to the public earlier this week.

A report states: “This is a school that acts as the heart of the community.

“Within the walls of the school, there is a feeling of warmth, care and ambition.

“This ambition is reflected particularly in how pupils treat one another.

“Pupils achieve well in national assessments - staff build strong relationships with pupils.

“The pupils are comfortable belonging to this large family of other learners and adults.

” Pupils are safe, respected and accepted.

“Their confidence in care for them is well founded.

“Pupils are proud of their school.

“As one pupil excitedly said, ‘our school is fantastic’.”