A Blackpool school which was found to be requiring improvement in key areas is taking “effective action” to address its issues, inspectors have said.
St Nicholas CE Primary School, Marton, was told it needed to improve teaching, learning and leadership after a visit from Ofsted in December 2013.
The primary was told pupils “do not progress at an evenly good rate”.
It has since been visited again, in late September, when inspector Sally Kenyon said “tangible improvements in achievement” could be seen.
The inspector added that parents were “overwhelmingly positive about the school” and “pupils’ behaviour is exemplary”.
Now the school is ensuring all pupils “receive clear and simple advice about how to improve their work”.