Inspectors have praised an Aberdeen school for making a number of key improvements in the past year.
Education Scotland has published its report following an inspection of Muirfield School in Mastrick.
The school, which also has a nursery, was branded “weak” and “unsatisfactory” when inspectors visited in September 2015.
Staff were given three main objectives – to improve the curriculum, improve leadership, and raise attainment.
This latest report, published yesterday, is based on a follow-up inspection, carried out last September.
Head teacher Marion Davidson said: “We are delighted with the report which reflects the commitment of a dedicated staff team who have the children at the centre of all our endeavours.
“We look forward to continuing our journey of improvement raising standards of experience, attainment and achievement for all our learners.”
Inspectors found the school has broadly improved pupils’ experiences at their school
The report also credits the school for helping improve children’s confidence and motivation, leading to gradual signs of improved attainment.
The inspection team also found that teachers and support staff were more positive after being given the chance to go on a range of professional development courses.
Staff are now willing to be take part in activities outside of the normal school day.