Questionnaire Results

1st May 2018

 

Questionnaire Results from Spring 2018

 

 

Strongly Agee

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

1

My child feels safe at school

64%

33%

3%

 

2

My child is making good progress at this school

59%

37%

4%

 

3

This school meets my child’s particular needs.

59%

40%

1%

 

4

This school ensures my child is well looked after

66%

31%

3%

 

5

My child is taught well at this school

60%

40%

 

 

6

This school helps my child to develop skills in communication, reading, writing and mathematics

59%

41%

 

 

7

There is a good standard of behaviour at this school

40%

52%

8%

 

8

My child’s lessons are not disrupted by bad behaviour

34%

51%

15%

 

9

This school deals with any cases of bullying effectively.

47%

48%

4%

1%

10

This school helps me to support my child’s learning

54%

45%

1%

 

11

This school responds well to my concerns

53%

42%

5%

 

12

This school keeps me well informed

49%

44%

7%

 

13

Overall, I am happy with my child’s experience at this school.

56%

40%

4%

 

 

14

Any comments – how can we help you support your child with reading, writing

Sharing expectations / levels required for developmental stage and ideas about how to reinforce learning at home. This was covered extremely well by at parents evening and we felt well informed and supported.

Tapestry is great for informing about the learning but sharing what the next stage is would also be helpful.

Send letters home explaining how the children are taught things.

We like to keep books until he is confident with reading the story.

Consistency in changing reading books and monitoring reading progress.

Change books more often.

 

Questionnaire Actions

Thank you to the parents that completed the questionnaire.

Where parents have signed the questionnaire and had a concern they have been contacted and spoken to either by the teacher or Mrs Howell to discuss and resolve their concerns.

Classes all have in place on line platforms: Tapestry at EYFS  / DoJo from Y1 – Y6 – where children’s work / pictures from home are shared. This is also used as a home/school communication platform.

If any parent has a concern regarding their child, school policy or in need of pastoral support please contact either the class teacher, Mrs Woods, Mrs Challenger or Mrs Howell. We need to work together to support your child and continue to make Severnbanks School the best that it can be.

Behaviour

As you can see from the questionnaires, some concerns have been raised in relation to poor behaviour within the school; in response, I can assure you that positive behaviour for learning, break times and manners are extremely important to us at Severnbanks School. I wish to reassure you that poor behaviour is taken seriously by all staff and actions are taken in accordance with our school behaviour and anti-bullying policies. If you do have any specific concerns regarding your child please take the opportunity to speak with the class teacher, Mrs Challenger or myself.

Behaviour is closely monitored and where there is a concern parents are contacted to address the issue and together work to resolve this.

 
As a school we have a number of external moderation visits looking at all aspects of school life and I would like to share with you some of their comments:
 

The children came into school in a very calm and orderly way showing respect for each other and staff. Staff monitored the children coming into school and in the corridors in a relaxed, caring and friendly manner, engaging the children in conversation. The children entered the classrooms from the cloakroom areas quickly and settled to their initial tasks promptly.

 

Behaviour was very good. 

 

Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They engage with the tasks set and enjoy their learning. 

 

Classroom routines are well established, so that there is no time wasted in managing behaviour. 

 

Working relationships between pupils and staff are very good.

 

Praise is used frequently and successfully to encourage and support pupils’ learning.