A LLANNON primary school has been rated as Good by school watchdog, Estyn.

Ysgol Gynradd Llannon was inspected in February, earlier this year, and was given a glowing review.

All aspects of the school were rated 'Good' by the Estyn inspector.

It was the school's first inspection since 2013.

The report said: "Staff create a happy, caring and inclusive ethos within the school, which nurtures a supportive and hardworking ethos for pupils.

"As a result, nearly all pupils behave very well and have positive attitudes to learning.

"Most treat their peers, staff and visitors with respect and show pride in their school."

As well as praising staff and pupils, the inspector praised the school's standards, its approach to learning, and the quality of the leadership at the school.

It went on: "The school has a strong Welsh ethos, and provision encourages pupils to make full use of the Welsh language in all aspects of their work.

"As a result, most pupils develop as competent and confident bilingual learners.

"They make sounds progress and achieve well. Teachers provide rich and interesting learning experiences for pupils, which meet the needs of most of them.

"The headteacher provides purposeful leadership, which provides a clear strategic direction for the school.

"She receives strong support from the dedicated staff, who work well together as a team."

A full copy of the inspection report can be found at estyn.gov.wales/provider/6692167.