INSPECTORS have praised a school in Bewdley for having polite and well-behaved students.

Bewdley Primary School received another 'good' rating following a short inspection by Ofsted in May.

A follow-up report described the Stourport Road school as a "friendly place where all are welcome and supported" and said pupils were well-behaved, "cheerful, respectful and polite".

Nearly all parents who responded to a Parent View survey said their children had made good progress and were taught well, while all staff said they were proud to work at the school.

Inspectors said leaders had made good progress since the last inspection in 2015: teacher's assessments were now reliable and regular meetings were held to track students' progress.

Governors were found to have a "clear sense of purpose" and inspectors said the school had taken positive action after progress dipped at the end of key stage two in 2018.

The report said the school was well-respected for its with pupils who have special educational needs or disabilities.

Jane Woakes, headteacher at the school, said: "We are delighted with the report and that the inspector was able to acknowledge the impact of developments that we have made to improve outcomes and progress for the pupils at our school.

"We are very proud that the children have been recognised for their respectful behaviour and positive attitude to learning.

"This is a great platform on which the school can continue to build its exciting, creative curriculum."