A school in Truro, which teaches a high number of children from disadvantaged backgrounds has won an award for how it invests some of its money in their learning.
Winning awards is a far cry from where Tregolls School was 6 years ago when at that time it was put into Special Measures.
Despite getting into hot water, perhaps one of the most extraordinary things in this school's transformation is that not one member of staff was made redundant.
The same teachers who taught here when this school was one of the 15 worst performing in the country - are the same staff who now teach at one of the best in the country.
For the so called 'disadvantaged' children, Tregolls gets additional funding - around £1,300 per pupil. How Tregolls has spent that money has been recognised in the 'Pupil Premium Awards' where it's been named a regional Champion.
The school is adored by the children who were more than happy to tell our reporter Claire Manning what they loved about it: