Parent Survey 2018-19

Background

Parents were asked to respond to a questionnaire over the Spring Half Term. The survey was conducted anonymously on paper and 173 families responded. The results were collated in May 2019.

 

Findings

  Strongly Agree/Agree Don’t Know Disagree/Strongly disagree
1. My child is happy at this school 100% 0% 0%
2. My child feels safe at this school 100% 0% 0%
3. My child makes good progress at this school 99% 1% 0%
4. My child is well looked after at this school 99% 1% 0%
5. My child is taught well at this school 99% 1% 0%
6. My child receives appropriate homework for their age 94% 3% 3%
7. This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved 99% 1% 0%
8. I would  trust the school to deal effectively with bullying  92% 6% 2%
9. This school is well led and managed 97% 2% 1%
10. This school responds well to any concerns I raise 96% 2% 2%
11. I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress 99% 1% 0%
12. Would you recommend this school to another parent? 99% 0% 1%

 

Parent Questionnaire 19

 

General finding were:

  • 100% of parents agree or strongly agree that their child is happy at Corpus Christi School
  • 100% also agree that their child feels safe at school
  • 99% feel that their child is well looked after
  • 99% believe their child is well taught
  • 98% agree that the school is well led and managed
  • Homework has a 94% approval rating. This question was more positive than the last survey.
  • 98% of parents trust the school to deal effectively with bullying
  • 99.5% of parents agree that Corpus Christi makes sure that pupils behave well
  • 99% would recommend Corpus Christi School to another parent.

The survey was hugely positive and the parents were very grateful for the work that the school does to support their child’s learning.

The survey had an area where concerns could be raised; there were not many who raised concerns but they tended to be centred on 4 main areas.

Homework - some disagreed strongly with the amount of homework the children received - some wanted more and some less.

After School clubs - there was a continuing desire to continue to widen provision and access.

Green issues and concerns about pollution and the environment.

A co-ordinated approach to online learning support that the school provides to be used at home

Future

The school will continue to work in partnership with parents.

We will continue use the parent suggestion box and look to extend the parent voice in the school through the use of Survey Monkey to help find a ‘snapshot’ of opinions.

We will work with subject leaders and parents to come to a greater consensus about the role, purpose and amount of online web-based homework.

We will continue to make sure that at the beginning of every year we hand out and explain our bullying policies at the September welcome meetings and explain to parents how this is dealt with within school.

The school will continue to look at ways to improve the quality of our air and protect our children from the effects of pollution.

 

 

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