Spalding Primary School has maintained a good quality of education since its last Ofsted report four years ago.
The government body carried out a short inspection in April and the findings were released last week.
“The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection,” said a letter to head teacher Andrew Raistrick.
“Parental satisfaction with the school is generally high, with the majority keen to recommend the school to other families,” the letter added.
The school has achieved success in improving outcomes across the core subjects.
“Governors have reshaped their core number and are clearly focused on their core responsibilities for holding leaders to account for driving standards for the benefit of all pupils,” said the letter, which was published last Wednesday.
The inspector said there were expectations of high standards of behaviour and conduct.
Inspector Emma Hollis-Brown said, in her letter to Mr Raistrick, that pupils also benefit from a wide range of sporting opportunities and enjoyed the many opportunities, including the daily “minute mile”.
Attendance is also above national average.