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First class reports for two schools

PUBLISHED: 16:18 24 June 2009 | UPDATED: 10:36 12 August 2010

TEACHERS and pupils are celebrating their schools outstanding results in Ofsted inspections. Mead Road Infants School in Mead Road, Chislehurst and Princes Plain Primary School in Church Lane Bromley were both commended for the excellent standard of e

TEACHERS and pupils are celebrating their schools 'outstanding' results in Ofsted inspections.

Mead Road Infants School in Mead Road, Chislehurst and Princes Plain Primary School in Church Lane Bromley were both commended for the excellent standard of education they provide.

Pupils from Years 1 and 2 at Mead Road Infants have been rehearsing a special country dance which they will perform at their summer fair this Saturday to celebrate their success.

It is the second time in a row the school has been commended as 'excellent'.

Headteacher Miss Waters said "This is a huge achievement for any school, especially a small community school like ours. "

The fair, which will have a beer and wine tent, bouncy castles, Shetland pony rides and a barbeque, takes place from noon to 3pm at the school. It is free entry.

Meanwhile teachers and pupils at Princes Plain Primary School in Church Lane, Bromley, are equally thrilled after being awarded an 'outstanding' status for the second time in three years.

The opening of the school's report reads: "At the heart of this outstanding school is a real commitment to ensure that every individual really matters".

The report praised the caring staff, the inclusiveness, and the "exemplary curriculum that adds immensely to pupils' enjoyment of school". It also stated "pupils achieve extremely well; their behaviour is outstanding".


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