A Hampshire primary school has been ranked "outstanding" for the second time in a recent Ofsted report.

After inspecting Hordle CE Primary School and Nursery in Lymington between February 8 and 9, the independent regulator of schools and college's described the college as a "happy school where everyone smiles."

The inspector said that “leaders at all levels have expert skills” and work with “extraordinary collaboration” to enable children to become successful.

She also praised the behaviour in the school and stated that pupils’ personal development was “very well catered for.” 

Headteacher of 15 years, Fiona Adams said: "This achievement belongs to the whole school team – the staff, the governors, the children and their families – all of whom work tirelessly in partnership to achieve the best for our pupils.

"We are all deeply proud that this school has been recognised as a school that our community can be proud of; a school where our families can be confident that their children are getting the very best education possible."