AN East End primary school has been praised for its relationship with pupils following a recent inspection. 

A review of St Anne's Primary School, in Dennistoun, stated the inspection found the impact of the school's values created a "very strong sense of shared community across the school".

It continued: "This supports all children to have very positive relationships with adults in a learning environment that is calm, caring and purposeful."

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Glasgow Times: Pupils from St Anne's Primary SchoolPupils from St Anne's Primary School (Image: Colin Mearns, Newsquest)

The inspection, by Education Scotland, also found how well teachers at the school know each child and plan lessons to meet their unique needs and interest means pupils are supported to make good progress in their learning. 

It further highlighted partnerships, such as that with St Anne's School of Music, allow children to develop their skills and confidence in a wide range of activities. 

However, the inspection found that pupils should be able to have more of a say in what and how they learn, including developing their abilities to talk about their skills. 

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It was also found they should continue to raise attainment levels with a particular focus on writing. 

These findings were discussed with the school's headteacher and a representative from Glasgow City Council

Education Scotland stated no further visits to the school are required in connection with the inspection. 

You can view the full review HERE.