We value the opinions of all of our stakeholders in order to improve our school and make it an outstanding provision for all. We therefore endeavour to conduct regular parent and pupil questionnaires in order to get feedback about our school. We have recently sent out parent/carer questionnaires and to then work alongside this we conducted child questionnaires too.
On the 7th October 2014, Mrs Barrass and Mrs Diaz, randomly selected 2 children from each class, by their place on the register. They then gave each child a set of written questions that they completed independently or if needed had an older child or one of the adults to scribe their answers for them.
- All children feel safe at school
- All children felt that they could talk to adults in the school
- All children like school
- They could name lots of things that they liked about school and some dislikes.
- Overall children thought behaviour was good but that there are still some children that need to improve.
- The children do feel that poor behaviour is dealt with.
- Children could say the things that they enjoy and don’t enjoy about their lessons and how we can make them better.
- Most children like the homework they are given.
- All the children felt that the changes to school had made it a better place.
- They could name some of these changes.
- Children could think of very few other things to improve the school.
- Overall children say they like their school very much.
The details of the questionnaires can be seen in the powerpoint, in the documents below.
This was a presentation to staff about the outcomes from the pupil questionnaires.