bloody legend but left us for them golf "friends" cheers sue
my head teacher for a year, but she is now leaving, but makes sure her school is always run well, and always on the school gate remembering everyones names and being there through rain and sunshine
No one can disagree that this head has at least been able to keep some old school morals of keeping children in line and parents that couldn't appriciate a stricked approach need to grow up as children are growing up to be able to do what they want and it's because parents can't support good teachers in keeping a stricked approach ! Enough said on that ! She has settled in both my children and it's a shame to loose one of the very few decent teachers around seen as softies let the brats takeover
Having been a pupil and now mother of 2 children I was determined to get them into her school, she has made the school, which is one of the largest in our area, a fantastic place to learn. she is there at the gates every morning to greet the children. Knowing each one by name with a detailed background, even for past pupils as she remembered me and many parents who were students. Despite the hard shell, she is very caring, funny, helpful and has a very hands on role. Couldn't ask for better!!!
A lovely headteacher, very well organised and good with kids!! NEVER MEET HER EYES, OR YOU WILL TURN TO STONE!! Can be a little hard on the younger kids, but when you get to year 6, if good for a laugh!!!
was a fantastic headmistress, caring but to the point. i enjoyed my time at primary school and now my daughter attends the school as we think Mrs Spittlehouse has done such a fantastic job!
Really nice, helpful and the best ever. By 2 current students. aged 11
Whoever the rebels dude is, should catch up with me; I was that age and had writing lessons from "The spitt" she was amazing, and scared me crazy, but boy could she teach... Names' Beal, Jonny Beal.
Kept me in line when I went for the rebels cause, great teacher too. Took me for handwriting lessons! Sitting outside the office was one of the most terrifying moments of my life, I was 8, now 17!