A Suffolk primary school has said they are "absolutely delighted" after Ofsted inspectors labelled it a "vibrant and welcoming place to learn", four years after a Requires Improvement judgement.

Cedars Park Primary School in Stowmarket, part of John Milton Academy Trust (JMAT), are celebrating after being rated Good by Ofsted.

Inspectors praised pupils at the school, stating they were impressed by the way students pay close attention and work hard in lessons, following the school motto, No Limit to Learning.

Children's behaviour and attitude was also praised, with the report stating that "pupils know that bullying incidents are few and far between, and they believe that staff deal with it well on the rare occasion it occurs."

Leaders were also praised, with inspectors finding they have "thought carefully about how learning develops over time".

It also says that leaders are "passionate' and 'work openly".

Headteacher Aisha Suhail, said: "All of us at Cedars Park are absolutely delighted with Ofsted's findings.

"We have worked hard to build a close-knit school community that inspires us all to strive for excellence every day.

"I am incredibly proud of all our staff and pupils for making Cedars Park such an inclusive, fun and engaging place to learn."

Inspectors also noted that the school's early years curriculum is "well designed" and highlights the school's SEND provisions.

Karen Grimes, JMAT CEO, said: "Aisha and her team have worked incredibly hard to make Cedars Park a great place for children to learn.

"We are very pleased to see such widespread praise from Ofsted, with all five areas being rates as 'Good'.

"We have no doubt that the school and its pupils will continue to excel."