School Surveys

Last modified: December 2, 2015

We have conducted several surveys with our pupils and parents on several subjects:

  • Gifted and Talented
  • SEN
  • Behaviour
  • Communication

Feedback from Parents Communication Survey

Feedback​ Response​
The website is an underutilised resource and requires to be kept up to date ​It is now the responsibility of the Governing body to update the website​
Most parents would like a weekly newsletter – if this was produced on a set day every week, then people would know to look for it Newsletters are to be issued on a Friday via Parent mail and will also be posted on the front page of the website
Parents think a Governing Body newsletter is a good idea​ A termly governor newsletter to be issued from Spring Term​

Feedback from Pupil Special Education Needs Survey

There were 21 pupils surveyed.

  • Class 1 – 1 child
  • Class 2 – 5 children
  • Class 3 – 15 children

Of the 21 pupils questioned, there were 12 girls and 9 boys.

All of the children again identified that they worked in pairs and in groups in the class. The majority said that they helped each other in class with work when they had a friend that was stuck with work or vice versa.

All children said that the teacher liked to listen to their ideas and help with the work – 19 said a definite yes, and 2 said sometimes.
20 out of 21 pupils said that quarrels were sorted out fairly – the remaining pupil said sometimes.

Setting targets for the term was also felt to be a positive thing by the majority of pupils that answered.

Pupils mostly identified that they took pride in their work and said that they felt pleased when they had done a good piece of work.

On the whole, homework was understood to be clear to the pupils.

Quote from a child “its’ a fab school

Feedback from Pupil Gifted and Talented survey

There were 8 pupils surveyed, either recognised as GnT or on the shadow GnT list.

  • Class 1 – one child
  • Class 2 – three children
  • Class 3 – four children

Three quarters of those questioned were boys.

All children were able to identify that they worked in class in pairs and in groups. The majority said that they helped each other in class with work when they had a friend that was stuck with work or vice versa.

They all said that the teacher liked to listen to their ideas, helps with their work and also everyone thought that the classroom rules were fair.

The setting of targets for the term was felt to be a positive thing by all of the pupils that answered.

Pupils all identified that they took pride in their work and said that they felt pleased when they had done a good piece of work.

On the whole, homework was understood to be clear by these pupils.

The pupils were positive about their school and gave some lovely responses to the questions.