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Analysis of Parent Questionnaire Returns: June 2016

 

Parents of children from all classes from Nursery to Year 4 were given the opportunity to complete a questionnaire and share their views on the school.

 

65 questionnaires were returned.

 

 

 

 

 

Statements

Strongly

Agree

%

Agree

%

Disagree

%

Strongly

Disagree

%

1

My child feels valued and is happy at school.

61.5

32.3

6.2

0

2

My child is making progress with their learning.

66.2

32.3

1.5

0

3

My child feels safe and is guided and supported at school.

66.2

32.3

1.5

0

4

The school has high expectations of behaviour.

67.7

30.8

1.5

0

5

My child feels safe from harassment or bullying.

58.5

36.9

4.6

0

6

My child feels able to ask for support or help if needed.

61.5

35.4

3

0

7

My child gets the right amount of work to do at home.

53.8

33.8

12.3

0

8

My child feels listened to and respected.

56.9

36.9

6.2

0

9

I am kept well informed as to how my child is getting on.

69.2

27.7

3

0

10

I would feel comfortable about approaching the school with questions or a problem.

61.5

36.9

1.5

0

11

Any concerns or problems are dealt with promptly and appropriately.

64.6

33.8

1.5

0

12

The school expects my child to work hard and achieve their best.

58.5

40

1.5

0

13

The school works closely with parents/carers and encourages partnership in learning.

60

38.5

1.5

0

14

My child is encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

58.4

40

1.5

0

15

The school values the views of parents and the local community.

60

38.5

1.5

0

47 parents completed the questions on page 2

16

The school promotes equality and encourages my child to respect and appreciate all members of society.

63.8

36.2

0

0

17

My child experiences a relevant and enjoyable learning curriculum.

61.7

36.2

2.1

0

 

18

 

The school is helping and encouraging my child to become mature and independent.

66

34

0

0

19

The school encourages my child to develop their behaviour for learning, promoting resilience and pride in their learning.

68

31.9

0

0

20

The School prepares my child well for their future education, training or the world of work.

66

34

0

0

21

My child gets help and support when they need it and knows how to improve their learning.

63.8

36.2

0

0

22

I know where my child is with their learning and how to support them to improve and ‘move on’.

61.7

38.3

0

0

23

The school has a positive learning environment and is welcoming and friendly.

68

31.9

0

0

24

My child is offered a wide variety of extra-curricular after school clubs.

63.8

36.2

0

0

25

School leaders have high expectations for my child.

66

34

0

0

26

School leaders and managers secure and promote improvement.

66

34

0

0

27

I feel that any special or individual needs my child has are acknowledged by the school and met.

63.8

36.2

0

0

 

(In order of) Highest number of parents strongly agreed with:-

  • I would feel comfortable about approaching the school with questions or a problem (45)
  • The school has high expectations of behaviour (44)
  • The school expects my child to work hard and achieve their best (44)

 

(In order of) Highest number of parents agreed with:-

  • I am kept well informed how my child is getting on (27)
  • My child is encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle (26)
  • The school values the views of parents/carers and the local community (25)

 

(In order of) Highest number of parents disagree with:-

  • My child gets the right amount of work to do at home (8)
  • My child feels happy and valued at school (4)
  • My child feels respected and listened to (4)
  • My child feels safe from harassment and bullying (3)

 

(In order of) Highest number of parents strongly disagree with:-

  • No parents / carers strongly disagreed with any of the questions

 

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