A Bury St Edmunds school’s ‘good’ Ofsted report has joined a range of mementos which have been buried in a time capsule.
Harwick Primary was praised for pupil progress, behaviour, teaching, leadership and management following an inspection last month.
The glowing report joins a treasure trove of items celebrating 2012/13 including news clippings and photos which have been buried in a time capsule in the school grounds.
It will be dug up in 30 years time.
On the report, head Daryl Jones said: “It’s great to see Ofsted has recognised the school’s strengths. It’s down to the hardwork of staff, governors, pupils and parents. It gives us a good platform to strive for outstanding.”