Ofsted inspectors have criticised a primary school after pupils reported their lessons were "easy-peasy". Inspectors on a monitoring visit to St Saviour's Catholic Primary School in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, said progress made since the school was put in special measures last July was "inadequate." The report said the school was "woefully lacking in resources" and "in too many lessons, pupils offered the view that the work was "easy-peasy".
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