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Analysis of Parental Questionnaire – June 2013 Mr Ian Bartle - Headteacher. Analysis of Responses. Whole School Response – 23 out of 73 families = 31.5 \% (1 return = 4.3 \%) Parents / carers might also have completed the dedicated ‘Parental Questionnaire’.

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Analysis of Responses

Whole School Response –

23 out of 73families = 31.5%

(1 return = 4.3%)

Parents / carers might also have completed the dedicated ‘Parental Questionnaire’

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Overall Average Responses

(Excluding Home Question – Q8 & Q9)

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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses
  • Whole School Key Points – from comments made on forms & data – POSITIVE
  • The OVERALL picture is STILL VERY POSITIVE & continuing to improve (3 yr trend)
  • – 97.9% of returns ‘strongly agreed / agreed’ with all areas of the school (2011 – 92.8% / 2012 – 91.2%) – this is excluding Q 8 & 9 which sway the results, due to the wording of the question
  • 97.9% of returns ‘strongly agreed’ (64.1%) / ‘agreed’ (33.8%) with all areas of the school
  • Far more positive comments noted on forms this year
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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses – Part 1
  • The following questions all record 100% agreement (Strongly agree / Agree)
  • The school keeps me well informed about my child’s schooling & activities
  • I feel comfortable about approaching the school with concerns and problems
  • I am able to speak to a member of staff if I need to
  • I am able to speak to a senior member of staff if I need to
  • The school is led and managed well
  • The homework system is clear and my child receives a manageable amount of homework
  • My child enjoys school
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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses – Part 2
  • The following questions all record 100% agreement (Strongly agree / Agree)
  • I get information about the progress of my child in school
  • There are opportunities for parents to be involved with the school if they want to be
  • There is a range of healthy food for school dinner so that my child is well nourished
  • There are high expectations for my child to work hard and do their best
  • I’m happy about the high quality of education / teaching my child receives
  • I feel able to download school communication online via the web-site
  • In addition to these questions, more responses only showed a small number of other responses
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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses
  • The following questions would have been 100%, although a few parents needed more information about this area - i.e.(‘Don’t know’ - response)
  • The school responds well to any concerns or ideas I raise– (1 x ‘Don’t Know’)
  • My child is given the opportunity to take part in a wide range of interesting enjoyable activities - (1 x ‘Don’t Know’)
  • The school discipline is consistent (3 x ‘Don’t Know’)
  • I feel the extended school provision(Breakfast Club / Lower Covey After-School Club) is adequate for my personal needs - (2 x ‘Don’t Know’)
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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses – Part 1
  • Whole School Key Points – from comments made on forms & data – MAIN ISSUES to be addressed
  • Homework systems & arrangements – However this area has improved over the last 2 years. Now 100% strongly agree / agree that the ‘homework system is clear & manageable - (June 2012 -92.8% / June 2011-76% / June 2010 - 71.4%) – HUGE IMPROVEMENT + trend over 4 yrs
  • Some individual comments about homework within classes (3 mentions)
  • LESSresponses ‘didn’t know’ about the ‘consistency of school discipline’, although still the largest ‘Don’t Know’ area
  • 3 x responses ‘didn’t know’ (1) or ‘disagreed’ (2) that their child ‘could find help with problems if needed (including bullying) - improvement since last time (5 – June 2012)
  • 1 X Cleanliness of toilets – improvement since last time (3 – June 2012)
  • 1 x After School Club (child care) in school
  • 1 x Move Playgroup into school
  • 2 x Extra room dedicated for SEND pupils & group work
  • 1 x Covered area for wet play
  • 1 x Photos of teachers & staff on board
  • 1 x keep rubbish out of sight (Garden Area)
  • 1 x More climbing frames
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Whole School Issues – From Total Responses – Part 2
  • Whole School Key Points – from comments made on forms & data – MAIN ISSUES to be addressed
  • 1 x over concern for SEND pupils (school over emphasizing concerns to parents) + clarity of IEP & HT ‘too much communication / worrying parent’ - all from same form
  • 1 x Toilets for parents to use
  • 1 x More school trips
  • 2 x More sports / PE on a regular basis (1 x ‘every day’)
  • 1 x More communication via ‘home link books’
  • 1 x French taught ‘all the way through’
  • 1 x Dedicated Yr R class
  • 2 x Unhealthy school meals (chips etc.)
  • 1 x More monitoring at play times
  • 1 x More science equipment
  • 1 x Bigger classrooms
  • 1 x More lighting in some classrooms
  • 2 x Larger hall
  • 1 x More challenging reading books
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Comments – Positive Feedback – Part 1
  • 4 x School grounds are very good + ample school field
  • Gardening area / playgrounds / outdoor classroom
  • 2 x Social events involving parents & children – varied & enjoyable…the free courses
  • ‘Friendly community school’
  • 6 x Approachable staff, dedicated, caring & helpful + attention to pupils
  • Happy children
  • Sense of wanting to ‘belong’ (by adults & children alike)
  • Good transition to secondary school
  • 3 x Teachers make learning fun & listen to parents concerns / ideas in general (+ very good teaching methods)
  • 5 x A good variety of before / after school clubs / sports / music / gardening
  • ‘My child loves this school’
  • 2 x The quality of teaching & the relationships between adults & children
  • All round care they provide from 8am with after school care provided or
  • 4 x The quality of the school meals are excellent & varied
  • Range of activities, topics
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Comments – Positive Feedback – Part 2
  • Extremely friendly, ‘family feel’ to school, parents made very welcome
  • I like that he older children look out for & mentor younger children
  • 5 x Secure & safe
  • 2 x I like the fact that senior staff stand on the school gate & challenges new faces / saying ‘goodbye’ & checking who the child is with
  • My child is happy & really enjoys school
  • 2 x Reward system to encourage children
  • Friendly, welcoming, happy school
  • Good consistent discipline to school
  • Family & community side of school encouraged
  • Hardworking & caring teaching staff
  • MrsDycer – Listens, low key, appropriate, lovely manner & doesn’t ‘judge’ + Breakfast Club (x 2)
  • 2 x Show & Tell Assembly for parents
  • Church services
  • Ease of access to teaching staff & senior staff
  • Academic work & standards
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Comments – Positive Feedback – Part 3
  • Emphasis on manners / team work / life skills
  • Excellent senior staff
  • Daughter very fond of her teacher – Mrs Norris
  • 2 x Artwork outside & general look of school well maintained, including ‘displays’
  • Thornford is a ‘well run school’ with friendly & approachable staff
  • High expectations set for our children as well as strong ethical standards
  • Children encouraged to support each other + look out for younger children
  • Encouraged to do their best
  • 2 x Small & friendly
  • 2 x Calm, supportive environment, atmosphere (very special)
  • 2 x Wake & shake had really made a difference to my child / my child ‘loves it!’
  • Enthusiastic team running & working within school
  • Links with the village (shop, church, walks)
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Comments – Positive Feedback – Part 4
  • Communication is varied to suit all parents & IT abilities. We always feel very well informed
  • After school activities are an added bonus to an already ‘superb school’
  • A deep feeling that the school know my child well & how to encourage + bring out the best in her (thank you Mrs Norris)
  • Good learning
  • Good breaktimes + playing with friends…lots of space to play
  • Lots going on for a small school
  • Lots of attention on specific areas for my child to improve – tailored homework
  • Good hands-on leadership – very approachable & visible senior staff
  • My child is really happy since staring at Thornford…he is really blossoming, thank you!
  • Every effort is made to move forward at Thornford school, from education to the way the school grounds are presented + the school gives my child ‘motivating day’
  • All children are accommodated at different levels of learning
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