Aberdeen City Council has vowed to support a city school after it was found further improvement was needed.
Dyce Primary and Nursery was subject to a continuing engagement report by inspectors from Education Scotland following an inspection in 2016 where the school was rated as “weak” in some categories.
The latest report found some improvements had been made in monitoring children’s progress and improving learning outcomes.
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It was also found that steps had been taken to increase the pace of the curriculum and develop leadership.
However, while the report acknowledged some staffing challenges remained, it said insufficient progress had been made.
Inspectors added they would return to visit the school again within a year.
An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “We note the findings of the report and will continue to support the school on their improvement journey.
“The inspectors were reassured that the school has already progressed a number of areas and we maintain regular contact with Dyce School to support and monitor progress.”