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November 2017 - parent questionnaire

 

 

Strongly agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

1

My child is happy at this school

 

96/145

66.2%

47/145

32.4%

2/145

1.4%

0

2

My child feels safe at this school

 

103/145

71%

41/145

28.3%

1/145

0.7%

0

3

My child makes good progress at this school

 

83/143

58%

60/143

42%

0

0

4

My child is well looked after at this school

 

99/145

68.3%

45/145

31%

1/145

0.7%

0

5

My child is taught well at this school

 

96/145

66.2%

49/145

33.8%

0

0

6

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

68/140

48.6%

65/140

46.4%

7/140

5%

0

7

This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved

85/142

59.9%

56/142

39.4%

1/142

0.7%

0

8

This school deals effectively with any bullying

 

65/127

51.2%

60/127

47.2%

2/127

1.6%

0

9

This school is well led and managed

 

83/144

57.6%

60/144

41.7%

1/144

0.7%

0

10

This school responds well to any concerns I raise

78/142

54.9%

63/142

44.4%

1/142

0.7%

0

11

I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress

80/139

57.6%

56/139

40.3%

3/139

2.1%

0

12

I would recommend this school to another parent

98/143

68.5%

45/143

31.5%

0

0

January 2017

 

Mandy Carter (CCC Student Councillor) presented advice on how to keep children safe on the internet. The presentation included some videos which raised awareness of the dangers of communicating with strangers online and how children can take steps to keep their identities private. The presentation was very informative and a discussion was had around how our children are growing up in a more technical world than ourselves and how our own skills online need to be kept up to date.

 

 

 

October 2016

The first meeting of Parent Voice was held on the 11th October 2016.

Kayleigh Anstee presented our 'Learning Journey' from National Curriculum expectations to planning, assessment and feedback to data analysis, intervention and analysis.

There was then an open discussion around school meals, extra curricular activities and communication.

Please see the presentation and minutes below.

The next meeting will be on Tuesday 31st January. We hope you will be able to join us.

Feedback from October Parent Voice.

 

Thank you to all the parents who returned their feedback questionnaire from our first session. We have had a really positive response and are now busy preparing the second session.  

 

From the questionnaires returned:

 

100% found the information covered useful.

100% thought the opportunity for open discussion for useful.

100% would recommend parent voice to other parents.

100% would come along to the next session.