Staff at a Corby primary school celebrated their recent Ofsted report by inviting parents in for the afternoon.
Parents of pupils at Beanfield Primary School took part in activities with the children linked to the school curriculum following their inspection in July.
They included maths games, learning Spanish, science experiments, travelling back in time to the Second World War, designing poppies, a spelling bee, table tennis and speed stacking with cups.
The school catering team also gave parents samples of school dinners so they could taste how delicious the food is.
Books were on sale in the library raising more then £40 for the school.
arents were particularly happy, with one saying: “It’s been nice to come in and get a feel for what students are learning. It’s also a nice way to get to know the teachers. We would like to see more events like this.”
Principal Leyton Smith said: “I think this was really lovely for everyone involved and marked the beginning of something special.
“It was a great way of engaging pupils and parents and helped to build communications and relationships.”