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Parent Questionnaire Results

2016 Parent and Carer Questionnaire Responses - Collated by the Chair of Governors

 

  • Questionnaire sent out in July 2016

  • 93 responses, one excluded due to inconsistent responses

  • Not all questions were answered by all respondents

  • Not all percentages add up to 100 due to rounding

     

 

Strongly agree or agree %

Disagree or Strongly disagree %

Don’t know %

Number of responses

My child is happy at this school

 100

 -

 -

 92

My child feels safe at this school

 100

 -

 92

My child makes good progress at this school

 99

 1

 -

 92

My child is well looked after at this school

 100

-

-

92

My child is taught well at this school

 100

-

-

92

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

 80

18

 1

 92

This school ensures pupils are well behaved.

 99

 -

 1

 91

This school deals effectively with bullying

 64

 -

 34

 90

This school is well led and managed

 100

-

-

90

This school responds to any concern I raise

 91

 3

 5

 92

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

 89

11

-

 91

 

 

 

 

 

I would recommend this school to another parent

 Yes:100

 No:0

 

 89

 

Future:

  1. How many sets of parents/carers are there?Some questionnaires obviously referred to more than one child. Maybe ask how many children?

     

Comments:

  1. A number of positive comments about children ‘loving’ school, parents who are absolutely delighted with their child’s education and think the school is amazing.

  2. All respondents who don’t think they get valuable information about their child’s progress all agreed that their child made good progress at school.

  3. A few comments about homework – some wanting more, some less.

 

 

The following are comments from single questionnaires.

  1. Homework – too much for her age, - too hard,

  2. I would like worksheets for the holidays to target my child’s weak spots or a regular mini report to highlight any struggles so we can support with work at home

  3. Reports for the ‘end of the year’ being handed out half way through do not allow for an ‘end of year’ summary

  4. A termly disco for the kids would be great, especially as so many kids aren’t local to Milford

  5. We are constantly amazed at the effort put in by staff and the continual improvements to the building, equipment and play area.The chickens and gardens are amazing!

  6. My boys love school

  7. PE seems to get cancelled a lot

 

 

Parent Questionnaire Results -  2015

 

Thank you to all of you who completed the parent questionnaire last term. The questionnaire was from Ofsted, who use exactly the same questions when they inspect a school. The results are in the table below. We received 95 completed questionnaires in total.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

 

Agree or strongly agree

Disagree or strongly disagree

Don’t know

1

My child is happy at school

 

 

99%

 

1%

0%

2

My child feels safe at this school

 

99%

1%

0%

3

My child makes good progress at this school

 

99%

0%

1%

4

My child is well looked after at this school

 

99%

1%

0%

5

My child is taught well at this school

 

99%

0

1%

6

My child received appropriate homework for their age

86%

11%

3%

7

This school ensures the pupils are well behaved

 

96%

3%

1%

8

This school deals effectively with bullying

 

55%

5%

40%

9

This school is well led and managed

 

98%

0

2%

10

This school responds well to any concern I raise

 

87%

4%

9%

11

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

88%

11%

1%

12

I would recommend this school to another parent

99%

Yes

 

1%

No

0%

 

 

 

 

 

Parent Questionnaire 2014

 

Thank you to all of you who completed the parent questionnaire last term.  The questionnaire was from Ofsted, who use exactly the same questions when they inspect a school.  The results are in the table below.  We received 105 completed questionnaires in total.

 

 

Agree or strongly agree

Disagree or strongly disagree

Don’t know

1. My Child is happy at this school

95%

4%

1%

2. My child feels safe at this school

96%

3%

1%

3. My child makes good progress at this school

92%

3%

5%

4. My child is well looked after at this school

92%

7%

1%

5. My child is taught well at this school

91%

3%

6%

6. My child receives appropriate homework for their age

81%

16%

3%

7. The school ensures the children are well behaved

86%

9%

5%

8. This school deals effectively with bullying

46%

12%

42%

9. This school is well led and managed

80%

9%

11%

10. This school responds well to any concern I raise

77%

10%

13%

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

84%

13%

3%

 

It is gratifying to know that the vast majority of children feel happy and safe at school and that they make good progress whilst with us.

 

We have identified three development priorities from the data that we will be working on during the Spring Term.

 

  1. To assess and improve the homework tasks children are set across the school.

 

  1. To ensure pupils and parents understand the school’s approach to bullying and perceived bullying.

 

  1. To audit and reappraise the systems we use to share progress information with parents.

 

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