A SCHOOL with a 'rainbow room' is helping pupils to 'spread kindness and love', Ofsted has said.

St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School in Abingdon, which teaches 243 pupils, has maintained its 'good' rating following inspection in January.

A new report, published on Wednesday, stated: "Leaders are united in their aim that pupils will enjoy lessons and leave school with a love of learning.

"This school inspires pupils with a determination to change the world by spreading kindness and love."

The inspector said children behave 'impeccably' and report that there are no issues with bullying.

Ofsted's report added: "Pupils say there is no bullying.

"[They say] the Rainbow Room ‘helps us to manage our feelings’ and ‘kind teachers help us and resolve what is wrong.’"

ALSO READ: Oxford daycare rated 'requires improvement'

The school in Radley Road had previously been rated 'good' in 2016.

Children in the early years setting were said to 'relish learning' while staff across the school were said to have 'freedom to present learning in creative and exciting ways'.

Pupils with special educational needs and disabilities were also said to be 'keen to learn', and have support from 'caring staff'.

The report added: "Children have richly planned activities that help them to understand the world.

"There is a continual and rigorous approach to ensuring that every pupil has a wealth of support to develop confidence and fluency."