A KEIGHLEY school has plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary at Guard House has a new playground for early years children.

Pupils have achieved the school's best-ever SATS results, with 87 per cent reaching the required standard in English and Maths – way above the national average.

Year 6 youngsters performed an acclaimed Robin Hood production.

And the school has received high praise from inspectors.

Ofsted has rated Our Lady of Victories as 'good' in all areas. In their report, inspectors said: "Leaders have high expectations and ambition for all pupils, and have designed an ambitious curriculum.

"Pupils speak very positively about behaviour. They are clear that bullying and discrimination are not tolerated."

Diocesan inspectors have also visited, and described the school's Catholic life and worship as "outstanding".

John Devlin, the school's executive headteacher, says: "We're so proud of our Year 6 children – they put on an amazing play and their fantastic SATs results reflect the hard work of both themselves and staff. We'll miss them, as they leave to go to secondary school.

"We are also pleased with the inspection reports, and it's great to see the younger children enjoying their new playground."