Putteridge Primary School is a community school situated in locality of Stopsley. It has been offering exceptional educational opportunities for students aged between 4 and 11.
Situated on Putteridge Road, in the town of Luton, the school is within the parliamentary constituency of Luton South.
This is a mixed gender school has a maximum capacity of 630 pupils, with the school's current pupil count stands at 601 pupils with 311 boys and 290 girls.
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As per the latest data, 17.30% of the students in Putteridge Primary School receive Free School Meals (FSM), underlining the school's commitment to providing for pupils from all walks of life.
Mr Colin Pickard (the headteacher) leads a dedicated team of educators and staff members. The school's last Ofsted inspection was on 13-02-2019 awarding it a Good rating.