A Lanarkshire primary school has earned passing grades from education chiefs after a recent inspection. St Cadoc's Primary School in Cambuslang was praised in several categories, and given good grades across the board.
However the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on children's education was shown in the report, as data revealed that attainment levels in literacy and numeracy was down across the board.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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Children learn in a school where they know they are cared for and that all staff work to help them achieve their best."Teachers assess children’s needs rigorously.All staff know everyRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk