INGROW Primary School has received a glowing Ofsted report.

The Broomhill Avenue school has been rated 'good' by inspectors for the second time in five years.

Following a visit to the premises in late March, Ofsted has praised the leadership team for maintaining "the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection", which was carried out in November, 2012.

Angela Vinnicombe, executive headteacher at Ingrow Primary, said she was delighted with the latest report.

"This is a fantastic achievement for our school," she said.

"I am so proud of everyone in the team.

"I am pleased that despite disruptive building work during the last two years, Ofsted has recognised that our focus on raising pupils' achievement did not fade.

"The report reflects Ingrow Primary really well and highlights the many aspects that make our school – and our federation with Long Lee Primary – a good one.

"Congratulations go to all pupils, staff, governors and the wider community in helping us achieve this positive outcome.

"We really do have a fabulous team working hard to ensure the best possible education for the children at Ingrow and Long Lee."

The report pays tribute to the partnership between Ms Vinnicombe and the head of school for "bringing about improvements to teaching and learning as well as addressing areas identified for improvement at the school's last inspection".

School leaders were commended for raising expectations regarding pupils' outcomes and upping the quality of teaching, learning and assessment through "good-quality professional development" for staff and sharing good practice with other schools.

Inspectors also acknowledge support given to some of the most vulnerable pupils, which has resulted in improved attendance rates and attitudes.

And youngsters are keen to take on responsibilities, such as acting as a school councillor or digital leader.

In a letter to the executive head outlining her findings, inspector Karen Heath said: "Despite the significant constraints of disruptive building work during the last two years, you have remained focused on raising pupils' achievement.

"You have robustly addressed any issues of weaker teaching and have brought together a skilled and enthusiastic team.

"You've identified the strengths and current priorities for the school accurately."

She also praises the governing body for its support.

Michael Jameson, Bradford Council's director of children's services, welcomed the report.

"It is great news for Ingrow and indeed for the federation with Long Lee Primary School," he said.

"All of those who have worked so hard to maintain this good judgement should be very proud."