Longthorpe Primary School, part of the Peterborough Keys Academies Trust (PKAT), has recently undergone an inspection and received a 'Good' rating from Ofsted. ​

The inspection, conducted on April 24/25 2024, highlighted the school's commitment to providing a high-quality education and fostering a positive learning environment. ​

Dr Ian Young, CEO of Peterborough Keys Academies Trust said: “I am delighted with the glowing Osted report for Longthorpe Primary School, one of the five academies in our Trust.

"I extend my congratulations and thanks to our dedicated staff for their hard work. Some areas for improvement were identified in the school’s last inspection in the summer term of 2022 and it is pleasing that we have confirmation that all of those have now been fully addressed.

"This has been the result of strong leadership. Special thanks also go to the senior leadership team.

"We take immense pride in how our children and staff impressed the inspection team, with the school’s provision being very strongly complimented by them. As such, we are confident in the school's continuing and future success."

Headteacher Kate Trethewy said: “I am immensely proud of what we have achieved at our school in a relatively short space of time and am excited about the next steps on our journey to become a truly exceptional school.

"I am fortunate to work with an amazing set of staff who work hard to give our children a quality educational experience and to be surrounded by amazing children who make me smile every single day is an absolute privilege.”