Year 6 pupils at Warninglid Primary School are celebrating after receiving outstanding SATs results.
The small school, situated in a picturesque location between the villages of Warninglid and Slaugham, is home to 50 children.
Rebecca Gosrani, 34, lives in the village. Her daughter Aria, aged six, is a pupil at the school and her son Neel, aged three, is due to start next September.
Rebecca is also a parent governor at the school.
She told the Middy: “Our results for Year 6 are 20 per cent above national average and we had a high percentage working at ‘greater depth’ in reading and grammar. We are very proud of what the children achieved this year.”