Parent Questionnaires

 

Thank you to all of the parents and carers that completed questionnaires at parents evening.  We really do value your views.  In order for the children at Rough Hay to achieve their true potential it is key for us, the school, and parents to work together.  There were over 100 questionnaires completed.  The findings have been collated and published below.

Questionnaire for Parents and Carers

Autumn 2015

 

Question

Strongly Agree/Agree

Disagree

General comments/ideas/suggestions

My Child enjoys school.

99%

1%

 

The school keeps my child safe.

97%

3%

All linked to needed improvements in releasing children at the end of the day.

The school informs me about my child’s progress.

97%

3%

 

My child is making enough progress at this school.

97%

3%

 

The teaching is good at this school.

99%

1%

Too much homework

The school helps me to support my child’s learning.

98%

2%

 

The school helps my child to have a healthy lifestyle (food, clubs, swimming, sports coaches, play equipment etc.)

97%

3%

A wider range of clubs and across all ages.

The school makes sure my child is prepared for the future (for example changing year group, changing school)

100%

0%

 

The school meets my particular child’s needs.

98%

2%

 

The school deals effectively with unacceptable behaviour

93%

7%

“Poor behaviour of one child”

The school takes account of my suggestions and concerns

98%

2%

 

The school is led and managed effectively

97%

3%

Communication improvements

Overall I am happy with my child’s experience at this school

97%

3%

 

The school has improved

95%

5%

 

 

 What have we done with the feedback?

 

You said...                                                                                                 We've done...

Would like to see more after school clubs.                                                    New clubs starting January 2016, these include CSI club, dance club for                                                                                                                        Y3/4.

 

Releasing children at the end of the day, parents raised concerns                   Quotes being sought at to changing the car park layout to facilitate  

over safety due to the number of children and the                                         safer releasing of children at the end of the day.

set up for key stage 1.                                                                                 October 2016- changes to the layout of the car park and front entrance                                                                                                                   are scheduled to take place at October half term.  This will result in                                                                                                                     changes to the way children in key stage 2 are released at the end of                                                                                                                     the day.