An inspection team singled out excellent pupil behaviour at a school during its assessment.

Cullingworth Village Primary has now been classed as ‘good’ for the third time in a row by Ofsted.

The latest report, drawn up following an inspection visit last month, says the school has some “outstanding features”.

It adds: “Behaviour in lessons and around school is excellent.

“Pupils are unfailingly polite and are eager to share their many experiences about school.

“Their enjoyment of school can be seen in their above-average attendance and the punctual way they arrive at the start of the day.”

The school’s acting headteacher, David Miller, said: “We’re delighted with this glowing report as it reflects how we see the school.

“We’re pleased the school has been judged as ‘good’ for the third time running. Parents, pupils, staff and governors have all worked hard to bring about the improvements.”

Councillor Ralph Berry, Bradford Council’s executive member for children and young people’s services, said: “This is a fantastic achievement for Cullingworth Village Primary.

“It’s a well-deserved accolade for the school, and one of which all pupils, staff, governors and parents should be extremely proud.”