A junior school is celebrating after being rated as good by Ofsted for the first time in more than 20 years.

Diss Church of England Junior Academy has been praised by the education regulator, which gave it the second-highest available rating across the board.

The report says pupils are "flourishing" at the school and "develop a positive attitude to education".

It was the first time the school had been inspected since joining the St Benet's Multi Academy Trust and rebranding.

Previously, it was known as Diss Church Junior School, which was rated as inadequate in March 2017.

Jo Cerullo, executive head at the school, said: "We are very proud of our school, our fantastic and dedicated staff and our delightful parents.

"We are continually grateful for all our support from our community, including our governors and parents.

"We are able to proudly announce that for the first time in over 20 years we can say that' Diss is a GOOD school'."