PUPILS and staff are celebrating a good report from Ofsted inspectors.
They said Grangetown Primary School was good overall with some outstanding features.
Inspectors said: “Achievement is good in all subjects and for all groups of pupils.
“The quality of teaching and learning is at least good and some is outstanding.
“Behaviour is outstanding because the school succeeds in encouraging pupils to behave well. Pupils have a thorough understanding of how to keep themselves safe.”
The report said the school is a welcoming place where relationships are strong, care and support excellent and pupils are keen to learn and eager to come to school.
Inspectors added: “The curriculum promotes pupils’ achievement and spiritual, moral, social and cultural development extremely well.
“It provides exciting opportunities for pupils that capture their interest.”
Headteacher Les McAnaney said: “The report is testimony to the dedication and commitment of our whole school community.”