Education chiefs have given a Dundee school a year to improve the quality and consistency of its learning and teaching.
Four recommendations were made by Education Scotland following an inspection at Clepington Primary on Eliza Street.
Inspectors praised staff and head teacher Paula Cheghall for providing children with a wide range of opportunities for further achievement, as well as the school’s community links and the students’ enthusiasm for learning.
Areas of improvement included developing stronger strategic leadership and improving the quality and consistency of learning, teaching and assessment. The school must also develop its approach to wellbeing, equality and inclusion, and the ways it monitors children’s progress for raising attainment in literacy and numeracy.
The school must submit a report to Education Scotland on progress within one year of the inspection.