2019 Parent Surveys – summary of results
79% of parents rate the school good to excellent and 77% said they would recommend the school.
32 of the 38 core questions scored 80% or higher rated answers as average or better and 16 scored over 90%. The following areas scored 85% or higher:
- The quality of our cyber-safety education.
- The quality of our sex and relationships education.
- Students’ respect of girls and women.
- The quality of equality education.
- The quality of our healthy-living education.
- Our management of punctuality.
- Students’ respect of those with disabilities.
- Students’ respect of the LGBTQ community.
- The quality of teaching
- The degree of challenge in our teaching.
- Our teaching of mental health and well-being strategies.
- The usefulness of school communication (website, Headteacher’s email).
- The quality of the leadership and management of the school.
- The development of independent learning and thinking skills.
- The range of extra-curricular and enrichment activities.
- Students’ respect of other cultures and races.
- The quality of provision for students eligible for the Pupil Premium Grant.
- The quality of our pastoral care.
- Our management of attendance.
- The development of resilience and perseverance.
- The quality of provision for more able students.
- The development of student self-esteem.
- The information for parents on how to support their child
- 91% said that their child feels safe in school.
- 91% said that their child is safe in school
- Y6-7 transition information was useful (84%) and MECE staff were helpful (95%)
- Usefulness of information about Key Stage 4 options (84%) and the quality of personal advice and guidance (82%)
- Usefulness of advice and guidance about post-16 opportunities (including careers and apprenticeships) (85%)
Priorities indicated by your surveys for the next year:
- Continued work on developing the feedback we give to students and parents.
- The quality of provision for SEND students.
- The quantity and quality of homework
- The consistency of students’ attitudes to, and behaviours for, learning
- Communication with parents.