STAFF and pupils at Studley High School have been celebrating after a picking up an Excellence in Warwickshire award.
The event was aimed at marking the achievement of schools which had improved their Ofsted grade or retained their Outstanding grade in the academic year 2016-2017.
Studley High, which is rated as Outstanding, was represented by headteacher Lee Gray, chair of governors Michael Thake, and leadership students Daniel Martin and Elizabeth Payne.
Councillor Colin Hayfield, Portfolio Holder for Education and Learning presented the award.
Elizabeth said: “I was nervous, but prepared a few words about my experience of education and why I think that Studley High School deserves to be rated ‘Outstanding’.”
Mr Gray added: “It is such a pleasure for our school community to receive further recognition for the hard work and dedication of Studley High School staff and pupils.”