Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.
Each year, Governors will seek your views about many aspects of school life. Together, we are seeking to develop a school which is one we are all proud of and all feel we have made a contribution towards. We can only act on your feedback if you offer it, so please participate in school surveys and make your views known. We make every effort to listen to feedback and priorities school improvements with your observations in mind.
A big thank you to all parents who took time to complete the parent questionnaire. Over the next few weeks I will be sharing the results with you and the actions school have taken based on your suggestions and feedback.
A comparison with the data from Octobers questionnaire results shows the vast majority of parents are happy with how the school meets the wellbeing objectives for their children. Overall there is a 70% decease in dissatisfaction with a drop from 47 parents who disagree or strongly disagree with some of the statements to 14.
What we did: · School has recently employed 2 additional lunchtime staff to further facilitate play activities. · School has purchased additional resources for lunchtimes including art resources and board games. · Healthy schools will be a whole school focus from September 2017. · The schools behaviour policy is currently under consultation with children and staff.
More results from the parent questionnaire on Progress and Achievement. A comparison with the data from Octobers questionnaire results shows the majority of parents are happy with how the school meets the progress and achievement objectives for their children. Overall there is a 67% decease in dissatisfaction with a drop from 75 parents who disagree or strongly disagree with some of the statements to 25.
What we did
· 2 parent consultations have been held so far this year, the first one focused on the new assessing without levels system.
· Parent meetings are held every term for each phase to explain how school is tackling different aspects of the national curriculum.
As you may be aware from the press there has been and still continues to be some uncertainty as to how children will be assessed. As and when school receives updates we will pass this information on to parents. If you are interested or would like additional information please have a look at the DFE website.