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Parent and Pupil Surveys

 

Every year we ask parents and children to complete questionnaires to provide us with feedback on their thoughts and feelings about our school.

Parent Survey March 2017

100% of parents said their child was happy at our school

100% of parents said that their child feels safe at our school

100% of parents said their child makes good progress at our school

100% of parents said their child is well looked after at our school

98% of parents said their child is taught well at our school, 2% were unsure as they did not have the expertise to make a judgement but were happy with the school

93% of parents said their child receives appropriate homework for their age, 7% were unsure what was appropriate

98% of parents said that our school makes sure all of its pupils are well behaved, 2% were unsure but had heard nothing to the contrary

100% of our parents said that our school either deals effectively  or had never encountered bullying at our school

98% of our parents said that our school is well led and managed, 2% were unsure as they had only ever attended this school and were happy with the school

100% of parents said that our school responds well to any concerns raised

98% of parents said that they receive valuable information about their child's progress, 2% said they would like some additional information about how to help with homework

100% of parents said that they would recommend our school to another parent 

 

Responses received from 100% of families. 40 families responded to the questionnaire (1 family = 2%)

 

Parent Survey November 2016

100% of the parents thought that the school is well led and managed

83% of parents were happy with how the collaboration with Darley Primary School was working so far, however, 17% were unsure as the collaboration has only been in existence since September

100% of parents thought that the school met the particular needs of their child

94% of parents thought that the school managed behaviour effectively, 6% were unsure as the Headteacher had only been in place since September therefore felt it was too early to make a judgement

100% of parents were happy with their child's experiences at school

 

 Responses were received from 88% of families.  36 families responded to the questionnaire out of a total of 41 families.  

 1 family represents 3% 

 The above percentages are based on the proportion of families who took part in the questionnaire.

 

Pupil Survey April 2016

21 Key Stage 2 pupils completed a Personal, Social, Health & Emotional (PSHE) questionnaire.  

1 pupil = 4.7% (rounded up to 5%)

100% of the pupils thought our school provided healthy snacks and lunches

100% of the pupils agreed that they do lots of activities at school to help them keep fit

 66% of the pupils attend sporting clubs outside of school as a direct impact of the range of sporting activities the school provides

100% of the pupils enjoy playtimes and lunchtimes at school

90% of pupils think the 'playtime buddies' help to solve any problems at playtimes

95% of the pupils think that our school is a friendly and safe place to be (1 child had only been in the school for a few days = 5%)

100% of the pupils think that all the staff look after them well

100% of the pupils think there is always someone they can talk to if they have a problem

95% of the pupils felt that there was nothing to be afraid of at school (1 child had only been in the school for a few days = 5%)

33% of pupils would post a problem in a 'worry box' if we had one but 66% would rather speak directly to the teachers or other members of staff

All the children were asked their opinions and were invited to comment on their answers, some comments included:

They joined out of school clubs because it made them fit and healthier than if they just stayed at home

That everyone is nice to each other at playtimes

That the buddies help to sort out any minor arguments and help anyone who gets hurt by taking them to the staff

We asked the pupils what methods they used to contact their friends outside of school time 90%of the pupils used a wide range of social media.

100% of the pupils felt safe using these methods of contacting friends as their parents were aware of staying safe using the internet. The pupils themselves have had Internet safety sessions in school time with the Community Police this term.

 

Parent Survey March 2016 

97% of parents said their child enjoys being at school.

47% of parents attended a maths workshop to help understand how maths is taught in school

100% of those parents who attended the workshop agreed that it helped them to understand how maths is taught in school

80% of the parents who attended the maths workshop felt that it specifically helped them to support their child with homework 

72% of parents would like a further maths workshop from those who attended the previous one

95% of parents said that their child did not have any personal, social or emotional worries or anxieties at school

30% of parents would like the breakfast club to continue in September

All the parents were asked their opinions about homework provided in the school:

In Class 1 parents thought the homework was achievable and that they could seek advice from the Class Teacher is needed

In Class 2 parents felt that the amount of homework was reasonable based on the ages of the children

In Class 3 parents felt that homework was good and challenges the children appropriately 

All parents were asked to comment on the work of the PTA:

There was an overwhelming agreement that the PTA consists of a very supportive group of parents who work very hard and spend funds fairly for the benefit of all children.  

 

Parent Survey November 2015 

100% of parents agree or strongly agree that their child is happy at our school

82.5% of parents agree or strongly agree that as a parent, they are aware of their child's progress (4 out of the 5 parents were unsure in their response as they had not yet been given their child's progress report - completed the questionnaire before seeing the class teacher) 

100% of parents agree or strongly agree that the school provides a positive learning experience for their child.

96.5% of parents agree or strongly agree that the school meets the particular needs of their child 

82.5% of parents agree or strongly agree that the school manages behaviour effectively( 4 out of the 5 parents were unsure in their response as they had never experienced any behavioural difficulties) 

100% of parents agree or strongly agree that the school staff support aspects of their child's welfare

93% of parents agree or strongly agree that the school takes appropriate action to resolve any concerns that may arise (2 parents were unsure in their response as they had not experienced any concerns)

 

Responses were received from 82% of families.  28 families responded to the questionnaire out of a total of 34 families.  

1 family represents 3.5% 

The above percentages are based on the proportion of families who took part in the questionnaire.

 

Pupil Survey compiled by the School Council June 2015

96% of children said they enjoy school

98% thought that education in school was 'GOOD'

98% thought that teachers were 'GOOD' in the classroom

91% like learning in school

93% said they enjoyed the variety of after school clubs 

 

All the children were asked their opinions and were invited to comment on their answers, some comments included:

  • 'Everyone makes sure you are happy'
  • 'The teachers are caring and explain every detail'
  • 'The teachers make learning fun'
  • 'The teachers help you when you need then to'
  • 'The after school clubs are really good as there are lots of different ones'

 

 

 

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