Leamore is a smallish, albeit friendly, primary school located in the heart of Walsall. It is also one of the few schools in the city to boast a parent participation rating higher than 70 per cent. Despite a student to teacher ratio of about 17:1 (no fracking there) the pupils are well behaved and make up for it with their efforts in extracurricular activities. The aforementioned quality of life is aided by an excellent curriculum and a brisk teaching pace to boot. The most challenging part of the puzzle is a lack of a centrally imposed budget. Thankfully the teachers are a good pranksters and the school ethos is well maintained in the face of adversity. The most common complaints relate to misbehaviour and lack of discipline amongst pupils.