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March 2016 Parent Questionnaire Results

 

 

Agree

Neutral

Disagree

My child enjoys coming to Meadow Primary School

98

0.60

1

My child is making good progress

94

5

1

The school expects my child to work hard and do their best

98

1.40

0.60

I think the teaching at Meadow is good

97

2.30

0.70

The school provides an interesting, relevant and exciting curriculum

97

2.40

0.60

The school caters well for the individual needs of my child

93

6

1

The school sets an appropriate amount of homework

86

9

5

The school communicates effectively with me about:

 

 

 

 

a)  my child's progress

92

6

2

 

b)  how to support my child's learning

90

7

3

 

c)  school events and activities

94

5

1

The school is welcoming and there are opportunities to get involved

98

2

0

The majority of children behave well at Meadow

98

1.4

0.6

The school deals with incidents of bullying effectively

90

8.5

1.5

The school is helping my child to become more mature responsible

98

1.6

0.4

My child is kept safe at school

99

0.6

0.4

The school is encouraging my child to lead a healthy lifestyle

95

3

2

The school is well led and managed

98

1.6

0.4

The school communicates effectively with parents and carers

94

4

2

The school is encouraging my child to contribute to wider community

91

4

5

Pupils from different backgrounds get on well with each other

96

3

1

The school provides an interesting range of clubs and trips

94

5.6

0.4

The school

95

3.7

1.3

seeks the views of parents and listens to concerns suggestions

I would recommend Meadow Primary to another family

98

1

1

 

Thank you for the overwhelming response this year. As you can see from the results the overwhelming majority of parents feel very positive about the school.

As you can see, the most controversial question was on the subject of homework. From speaking to a large number of parents, some feel that the school gives too much and some parents would like more.

Behaviour Questionnaire June 2015

The following table shows the results from a parent questionnaire that was completed in June 2015.

Answers to these questions are given in percentages.

 

Results in percent

 

 

True

 

 

Don’t know

 

Not true

The school is committed to creating an environment of care and trust for all pupils in the school.

 

98%

 

1%

1%

High standards of behaviour are expected at Meadow.

 

97%

 

1.5%

1.5%

In general, pupil behaviour is good.

 

92%

 

8%

0%

Pupils know what to do if they (or someone else) are being bullied.

 

88.5%

10%

1.5%

The school policy makes rewards and sanctions clear.

 

86%

12.5%

1.5%

Staff help my child to feel safe.

 

95%

 

5%

0%

Incidents in the school are dealt with quickly

 

76.5%

22%

1.5%

Parents are informed of more serious incidents at the school.

 

84%

 

13.5%

1.5%

Pupils are aware of the code system in the school

 

88.5%

 

10%

1.5%

Sufficient reward systems are in place in the school

 

82%

 

15%

3%

Parents feel confident approaching members of staff with any issues

 

96%

4%

0%

These are a few quotes from parents who completed the questionnaire:
 

‘My son had some issues at school but I and my son had help from his class teacher and as soon as she knew the problem, the problem was sorted out. The staff helped my son to feel safe’.

 

‘The children at Meadow are all very polite. I have noticed this in and out of school – keep up the good work – well done’.

 

My child has received lots of support from Miss Jenkins, Mr Trueman, Miss Levers and Miss Oldman and is like a new boy’.

 

‘When I come in to help with reading for year 5 – the children are polite, respectful and motivated’.

 

Small behaviour problems have been sorted by Miss Jenkins and Mr Trueman and we are happy with the behaviour in the school’.

 

‘Both our children benefit from and appreciate the high expectations – gives them boundaries and makes them feel important, valued and part of a real community. When I reminded my 5 year old not to scoot in the playground he said, ‘yes coz Mr Trueman makes the roolz! Even at his age he understands what is expected and is happy to get on board’.

 

This is a fantastic school with high standards and exceptional teaching. Thank you.’

 

‘My son recently joined Meadow Primary School and has come on so well. We are very pleased’.

 

My Small issue was dealt with very quickly by Mr Jelley. All the staff I have approached are warm and welcoming. My child has never had a serious incident in the school but I am sure that you would deal with it quickly and efficiently’.

 

‘Considering the wide variety of backgrounds of the children there is amazing unity in behaviour and positive attitudes’.

The following table shows the results from a pupil questionnaire that was completed in June 2015.

Answers to these questions are given in percentages.

 

What do you think?

 

True

 

Not true

 

I feel safe in school.

98.3%

1.7%

I get rewards if I behave well, try hard or do good work.

98.3%

1.7%

I work hard in school.

100%

0%

Adults help me when I need it.

95%

5%

Most pupils are polite.

93.4%

6.6%

I can get on with my work without being distracted.

80%

20%

I know what bullying is.

100%

0%

I know what to do if I am being bullied.

100%

0%

I know what to do if I see someone being bullied.

98.3%

1.7%

I know how to stay safe on the computer.

100%

0%

The questionnaire showed a very positive response to what we have implemented already in school and also shows that parental and pupil attitudes to our behaviour policy are good.

Since the questionnaire has been completed we have:

  • Fed the results back to all staff.
  • Ensured that adults lead children around the school at key times of the day.
  • Ensured that parents are contacted if their children receive a code 2 for more serious reasons.
  • Applied for and attained a ‘silver award’ in the anti-bullying award.
  • Implemented qualified Emotional Learning Support Assistants to work with children who are experiencing difficulties.
  • Updated the behaviour policy which ensures clear rewards and sanctions.
  • Ran anti bullying assemblies and themed weeks to ensure that the children are aware of what to do if they are being bullied.
  • Continued to reinforce our behaviour for learning ‘RECALL’ approach to lessons.
  • Continued to complete behaviour and safety walks and ask the children opinion during lunchtimes.
  • Continued with our restorative approaches for children who have difficulties with other children.