CHURCH Hill Middle School in Redditch has been rated ‘Good’ in a recent Ofsted report.
Inspectors praised the effectiveness of the school’s leadership, quality of teaching and behaviour of its pupils.
In the report it said ‘pupils are making stronger progress than pupils in the past’.
Headteacher Di Smith said: “We are very pleased with this judgement and it is testament to the hard work and commitment of all the staff, parents, children and governors.
“The school is a wonderful place to be, we have built a strong community where pupils feel safe and cared for and are making good academic progress.
“I am so proud of everyone involved.”