Ofsted Report - Puller
OFSTED May 2022
We continue to be a good school.
What is it like to attend this school?
Pupils’ love coming to school at Puller Memorial. They are treated with kindness and are carefully nurtured. Everyone is made to feel that they are a very valued part of the school.
Pupils enjoy a broad range of subjects and read confidently, regularly and widely. They really value specialist teaching, such as that which they receive in art. Pupils get some wider curriculum experiences, but they would value more clubs and school teams.
Leaders have established strong relationships with families. This helps staff to adapt pupils’ school experience to carefully meet their needs. For example, leaders have provided tailored support to build the confidence of pupils suffering from anxiety to return to school following the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pupils treat each other with respect. They include each other in their games at breaktime and lunchtime. Everyone has someone to play with. If pupils do ever have a worry, they know that teachers will listen and help. Pupils understand and follow the school rules and routines. They are keen to learn. Pupils know that teachers have high expectations of them, and at the same time will support them.
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