Jump Primary has scored a hat trick in its latest school assessment - being judged 'outstanding' for the third time running.
The school reached the highest levels of assessment in pupil achievement, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils and leadership and management in its latest report by school inspector Ofsted, published this week.
Headteacher Katy Falconer, who joined the school at Easter last year, said she felt lucky to be part of 'such an outstanding team' and was proud of all children, parents, staff and governors, who had all worked 'so hard'.
Most pupils at the school made 'exceptional progress from a 'very low' starting point', according to the report - with maths and English at least in line with the national average and many achieving above this level.
Teaching was said to be outstanding and a major factor in all pupils, from those with special needs to the most able pupils, making rapid progress throughout their time at the school.
This was because children with special needs were supported when they needed it but more able pupils were also challenged.
• Full report in Friday's Wombwell edition.