Dagenham primary school rated ‘good’ by Ofsted

Dorothy Barley school staff and pupils celebrate their Ofsted success

Dorothy Barley school staff and pupils celebrate their Ofsted success - Credit: Archant

Staff and pupils at a primary school are celebrating after being rated as “good” in its latest Ofsted report.

Dorothy Barley Infants school, in Davington Road, Dagenham had previously been rated as requiring improvemnt.

Chair of governors, Sue Matthews, said she was “delighted” at the recognition of the school. The school’s new headteacher, Christine James, added: “Our team is strong, our parents are supportive and our children enjoy learning.”

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