Staff and pupils at Athersley North primary are celebrating after it was judged outstanding by Ofsted.
The Lindhurst Road school, which has 265 pupils, was visited by inspectors last month.
It was found to be outstanding, which is the highest rating possible, for the achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils, as well as leadership and management.
The report says the school pays 'extremely close attention' to the needs of all its pupils and provides them with a high quality education.
As a result, inspectors found pupils of all ages and abilities make outstanding progress in their learning and achieve extremely well.
Inspectors said a major success of the school is the confidence it gives pupils that, with regular attendance and hard work, they can and will succeed.
This, along with the many skills pupils acquire, prepares them well for the next stage in their education.
The report said creative and high quality teaching makes learning fun and 'inspires pupils to do their absolute best'.
Inspectors also suggested areas of improvement, stating: "While pupils' work is marked regularly, teachers do not always make sufficiently clear what pupils have done well and how they can make it even better.
"Pupils are very enthusiastic learners with an extremely positive attitude to school.."
The report found provision in the Early Years Foundation Stage is 'exceptionally well planned' and provides children with an excellent start to school.
It also said leaders and managers have 'an extremely clear vision' of what the school is capable of and how to get it there.
"The drive for further improvement is relentless and generates a very rapid pace of development," said the inspectors.
"Systems for checking and promoting the quality of teaching are extensive and highly effective.
"Rigorous evaluations of performance coupled with regular opportunities for staff training ensure the quality of teaching goes from strength to strength."
Ofsted also praised the school's highly skilled senior staff who regularly share their expertise with other schools, helping to raise standards and improve the quality of education for pupils in different parts of the borough.