A Brandon headteacher has spoken of his pride following the secondary school's second 'Good' Ofsted rating in a row.

Following an inspection in November, Breckland School received a 'Good' rating, praised for their 'mentors' who see pupils every day and their comprehensive personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education programme.

Headteacher Jon Winn said: "We are delighted that the Ofsted inspectors praised the the many positive things that we see on a day-to-day basis.

"We pride ourselves on the fact that we prepare students well for life beyond secondary education, and were particularly pleased that this was recognised."

The report noted that a small number of teachers did not make the right adaptations for students with Special Educational Needs, but said that the school curriculum as a whole has been improved since the previous inspection report.

Mr Winn added: "We would like to pay tribute to everyone in our school community - all staff, students, parents and the wider community.

"We would also like to thank Unity Schools Partnership for all their support since we began working with them in 2021, and subsequently joined the trust in July last year."