RASTRICK Independent School students are celebrating success in tough tests for academically gifted children.
Nine Year 5 pupils at the school sat - and all passed - the World Class Tests in March. These are designed to challenge the top 10% of primary and lower secondary school students in maths and problem solving.
The pupils had to answer questions both on paper and on computers.
They also had to demonstrate logic and creative thinking and respond to unfamiliar information.
The nine Rastrick pupils who took the tests were Henry Clarke-Hanson, Adam Cousen, George Greenwood, Laura Hall, Chloe Henson, Thomas Holmes, Sarah Killoran, Thomas Kilner and Jacob Lindley.
Their achievements follow the school's success in its recent inspection by Ofsted.
Nursery services at the school - which was set up 11 years ago -were assessed by inspectors in February.
Inspectors found the nursery services to be very good in every assessment area and praised the teaching, leadership and management and the partnership with parents.
No weaknesses in education provision were found and inspectors made only one recommendation - "to continue to provide and maintain the excellent educational provision".
Headmistress Susan Vaughey said: "I am delighted and proud of this report. The report is a tribute to our teachers, nursery nurses, the whole staff team, children and their families."