Pocklington Infant School staff celebrate Primary Quality Mark recognition
Pocklington CE Infant School has been awarded the Primary Quality Mark.
This is a nationally recognised accreditation demonstrating the school’s commitment to continually improving standards.
This is the eighth time the school has earned the reward which is reassessed every three to four years.
The report said: “The core values of the school are evident and underpin everything that takes place there.
“The mental health and wellbeing of all pupils and staff is seen by the headteacher as a priority and given careful consideration.”
Headteacher Dr Lynn Bartram said: “I am delighted to see the hard work from across Pocklington Infant School reflected in this award.
“Achieving the Primary Quality Mark for the eighth time is an excellent achievement. I would like to add my thanks to all of the team for their continued hard work.”
Jamie Morgan, chair of governors, said: “Not everyone can see the hard work and dedication put in from our school team. This award is fantastic recognition for everyone in the school community.”