Mrs Pullen always had a story to tell whether relevant or not was a different matter. She was always concerned about the school reputation and the results th e girls would achieve. She was not often seen unless in passing or through attending assembly. She was always very charity caring a nd loved teaching us to give to those in need.
She had favourites who she knew and tried to help but ignored most of us and my mum sent a letter about her concerns which she just ignored.
She was an amazing head teacher. Unfortunately she has left now but she always had a new story to tell every day which influence us. She was always very supportive and cared for all the girls in the school.
This extraordinary teacher is one of a kind she help me to understand the world in her assemblies and is a great role model to me.
She doesn't care about us, all she cares about is the schools reputation. It's a fairly small school and I have been there for 5 years and she doesn't know my name nor a lot of students. She drags you into things that you are unwilling to do in order to make sure the schools reputation is good. She gives the same assemblies over and over again and none of them have anything to do with relevant topics.
she doesn't genuinely care about the students.
she seems to dismiss a lot of issues which is annoying
she is very nice and helpful because she is kid and loving and ever gets angry........... she is the best teacher eva
Great headteacher, whom is really kind and inspiring
It's a while since she taught me (last lesson 1996) but her lessons were moving, thought provoking and sensitive. I still remember all of them, as well as her openness and emotional intensity.
She is absolutely fantastic! I love her stories in assembly - she is a wicked story teller!