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Parent Questionnaire Results

Bracebridge Infant and Nursery School

PARENTS’ AND CARERS’ VIEWS OF THE SCHOOL

November 2019

 

           

 

 

 

Strongly agree

 

Tend to agree

 

Tend to dis

agree

 

Strongly disagree

 

N/A

 

 

1

 

My child is happy at this school

 

88%

12%

 

 

 

 

2

 

My child feels safe at this school

 

85%

15%

 

 

 

3

 

My child is making good progress

 at this school

 

82%

18%

 

 

 

4

 

My child is well looked after at this school

85%

12%

 

 

3%

 

5

 

My child is taught well at this school

 

88%

12%

 

 

 

6

 

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

 

76%

21%

3%

 

 

7

 

This school makes sure its pupils are

 well behaved

 

82%

18%

 

 

 

8

 

This school deals effectively with bullying

 

73%

15%

 

 

12%

 

9

 

The school is well led and managed

 

79%

21%

 

 

 

10

 

This school responds well to any concerns  I raise

 

73%

24%

 

 

3%

11

 

I receive valuable information about my  child’s progress

 

82%

18%

 

 

 

12

 

I would recommend this school to another  parent

 

85%

15%

 

 

 

 

33 Questionnaires returned to school

 

‘Guides children on their own journey’

‘Open and approachable.’

‘The school is always clean and tidy and well organised’

‘Children are safe and well looked after.’   ‘Children want to be in school and feel happy there.’

 ‘School is very supportive in my child’s education.  They have also helped me a lot and have been very supportive of me.’

‘Works well to support my child’s behaviour’

‘Teaches children in a great way.  The children have fun and are eager to learn.’

‘Supports families and engages with parents to solve any problems with patience and compassion.’

‘Celebrates all occasions with assemblies, teaching the children and involving them in special times and bringing parents and children together.  British values are extremely important to me and my family.’

‘Communicates with children and parents in a polite and respectful manner.’

 

 

Things we do well……..

 

  • Consider our individual needs
  • Great after school clubs
  • Great communication
  • Making children feel safe at school
  • Teaching in a way that children don’t get bored of school and they love going to school
  • Making children confident and happy
  • Show willing to help concerned parents
  • Making sure children are happy
  • P>E
  • Behaviour
  • No bullying in school
  • Keeps me updated on my child’s progress
  • Hold great events in school
  • Offer great after school clubs
  • Healthy food
  • Good communication with the children
  • Keeping parents informed of event’s etc
  • Deals well with children when they are upset
  • Treat children really well
  • Good homework
  • Headteacher doing a super job
  • Creates a safe space
  • Works well with parents
  • Integrating the classes
  • Assessing child’s ability in reading and challenging them appropriately with the homework
  • Good encouragement of dental hygiene
  • Great idea promoting reading every night
  • Relaxed attitude with costumes on special days ie pyjamas for Children in Need this keeps cost and hassle down
  • Looks after my child well and encourages them to do something different.
  • Provides regular updates about any changes
  • Communication and activities
  • Encourages children to try new things when they think they can't do something
  • Always helps to sort out any issues I have had
  • Praises the children when they have done amazing work

 

 

Things we could improve……..

 

  • More reading with a member of staff in school
  • Is cursive handwriting necessary.  My child really struggles with it.  Is it an actual requirement?
  • More notice for events, difficult to get time off work when less than a week’s notice is given
  • We are unhappy about the general ban on taking photographs at presentations.  The few children that do need to be safeguarded can be safe guarded in other ways while still allowing the vast majority to be photographed
  • More ideas about encouraging maths progress
  • Communication with parents of Buddies children and sometimes it is hard to get hold of the teachers in the morning if needed.
  • Sometimes messages aren't passed on

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