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Class size Foundation Phase : Grades 1-3. Optimal class size for Foundation Phase based on results: 24. Class size - Intermediate and Senior Phases : Grades 4-7. Optimal class size for Intermediate and Senior Phases based on results: 26. Fees at RBPS are manageable for my family?.

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Class size Foundation Phase : Grades 1-3

Optimal class size for Foundation Phase based on results: 24

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Class size - Intermediate and Senior Phases : Grades 4-7

Optimal class size for Intermediate and Senior Phases based on results: 26

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Fees at RBPS are manageable for my family?

Total sample: 501 respondents

58.4% agree school fees manageable

20.9% disagree

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My son’s homework is ….

Total sample: 434 respondents

89.1% agree homework manageable

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The homework given is …

Total sample: 424 respondents

94.8% agree homework given is manageable

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Teachers expect too much from parents?

Total sample: 418 respondents

86.8% confirm this is a false statement

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Policy of no homework over weekends?

Total sample: 431 respondents

89.5% confirm the policy of no homework over weekends

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SPORT: Level of enjoyment/participation

  • Sport suggestions
  • Chess
  • Mountain biking
  • Surf lifesaving
  • Baking
  • Surfing
  • Art
  • Karate
  • Gymnastics
  • Programme for gifted children
  • Rock climbing
  • German
  • Dancing (Hip Hop)
  • Drama to be reinstated with Jungle Theatre
  • Baseball
  • Extra computers
  • Rowing
  • Softball
  • Speech and drama
  • Yoga
  • Table tennis
  • Cycling
  • Running
  • Art after school
  • Waterpolo
  • Touch rugby
  • Extra Xhosa lessons
  • Hiking
  • Computer clubs
  • Fencing
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Darts
  • Boxing
  • Languages

Total sample: 439 respondents

87.9% enjoy the sport programme at RBPS

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CULTURAL: Level of enjoyment/participation

Total sample: 140 respondents

81.4% enjoy the cultural programme at RBPS

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MUSIC: Level of enjoyment/participation

Total sample: 163 respondents

86.5% enjoy the music programme at RBPS

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES: Rating based on coaching by a student

Total sample: 346 respondents:

57.8% rate coaching by a student as good.

25.1% rate coaching by a student as excellent.

17% rate coaching by a student as poor.

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES: Rating based on coaching by a teacher

Total sample: 505 respondents:

48.3% rate coaching by a teacher as good.

43.7% rate coaching by a teacher as excellent.

7.9% rate coaching by a teacher as poor.

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES:

Son given opportunity to play in team sport in summer.

Total sample: 358 respondents

54.1% played all matches.

15.3% did not participate.

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES:

Son given opportunity to play in team sport in winter.

Total sample: 379 respondents

65.6% played all matches.

10.2% did not participate.

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES:

Is it a problem for parents when cricket matches finish late?

Total sample: 286 respondents

31.8% agree is a problem when cricket matches finish late. 68.1% do not think it is a problem when cricket matches finish late.

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES:

Does the school place too much emphasis on winning?

Total sample: 380 respondents

80.5% do not think the school places too much emphasis on winning

19.4% think the school places too much emphasis on winning..

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EXTRA- MURAL ACTIVITIES:

The school should censure parents who cross the line?

Total sample: 410 respondents

96.8% think the school should censure parents who cross the line.

3.1% think the school should not censure parents who cross the line.

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DEVELOPING TALENT:

Does the school advance learners irrespective of their particular talents or weaknesses (including academic, cultural and sporting activities)?

Total sample: 390 respondents

71.0% agree the school advances learners irrespective of their particular talents.

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DEVELOPING TALENT: The school maintains the right balance between academic, cultural, sporting and social components.

Total sample: 749 respondents

87.0% agree the school maintains the right balance.

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REWARD/MERIT SYSTEM:

The school’s merit and reward system is a fair one.

Total sample: 428 respondents

69.1% agree the school’s merit and reward system is fair.

22.4% strongly agree the school’s merit and reward system is fair.

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INTERNET CONTROL:

The school endeavours to control internet access to learners in order to avoid violation and misuse that will impact negatively on them. The school requests that you implement similar controls at home.

Total sample: 424 respondents

97.6% agree internet access is well controlled at RBPS.

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CAMPUS CONDITION:

Maintenance and the general condition of the school is...

  • Campus Condition: Areas of concern
  • Parking area in front of hall.
  • Toilets
  • Grass areas
  • Foundation Phase field and equipment
  • School grounds not always tidy
  • School pool
  • Corridors and stairway
  • Library
  • Lilacs field
  • Aftercare hut leaks and inadequate security during holiday care and access to toilets
  • Grade 1 and grade 6 playground
  • Potholes
  • Improvement of front gardens / field
  • Drop-off zone
  • Pavilion tuckshop and toilets
  • Toilets and pool changing rooms
  • Swimming pool needs shaded seating
  • Parking
  • Grade 3 playground
  • Basket ball court surface has too many little stones on it
  • Tar carpark as you come in the school
  • School hall to be modernized
  • Litter
  • School name sign on Campground side could do with painting.
  • Grade 6 playground needs patching
  • Foundation phase playground
  • More grass areas for boys

Total sample: 424 respondents

97.6% agree internet access is well controlled at RBPS.

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THE BOSCH SHOP:

Opening Hours

Prices relative to other stores

Total respondents: 396

53.2% think Bosch Shop prices are reasonable.

46.7% think prices are too expensive.

Total respondents: 427

81.7% think opening hours acceptable.

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THE BOSCH SHOP:

Pre-order system

Range of stock

Total respondents: 404

62.1% willing to participate in a pre-season order system.

Total respondents: 410

85.3% think the range of stock is acceptable.

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TUCKSHOP: Prices

Total sample: 384 respondents

71.0% think the prices in the tuckshop are reasonable. 28.9% think prices are too high.

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TUCKSHOP: Service

Total sample: 381 respondents

67.7% think the service is good in the tuckshop.

19.9% think the service is too slow.

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TUCKSHOP: Quality of the food.

Total sample: 378 respondents

75.1% think the quality of the food in the tuckshop is good.

16.1% think the quality of food is excellent.

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OVERSEAS EXCHANGE:

Should the school continue with the new selection system in preference to selection based on merit, as determined by the relevant teaching staff and interview panel

Should the school replace the overseas exchange programme with a local exchange that includes a larger number of boys.

Total respondents: 583

73.4% disagree that the overseas exchange programme should be changed to a local exchange.

26.6% think this should be replaced by a local exchange.

Total respondents: 385

68.3% think the new selection system is good.

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Question 13 – The traffic flow around the school is highly undesirable. If possible, please propose an alternative solution to our current traffic flow during the morning and afternoon drop-off and pick-up periods.

  • Implement a drive-through on Campground Rd (existing infrastructure) for those of us who just wish to drop and go and not park.
  • Encourage more people to park on the empty piece of ground near Bishops and walk across the road to collect their kids.
  • Start / finish grades at different times
  • Approach council to convert Campground into Rouwkoop a one-way towards the mountain.
  • Organise lift clubs
  • Allocate grades to different drop off areas away from campus and possibly stagger drop off times
  • Parking for FP parents in school grounds
  • Open lane in front of school that has been blocked off
  • Create drive through at Grade 7 playground by putting a gate at off ramp near hall side, strictly stop and go, no parking before 8am and after 2:15 for half and hour.
  • RBPS “Jamie Shuttle” bus for Bosch area.
  • Suburb based lift schemes, common pickup point in morning
  • Campground and Sandown: If robot can be set to have the green man for longer (at the moment about 15 seconds) and possibly a traffic person at the crossing, it would be safer and parents who walk to their children’s classes, especially FP, could be encouraged to park here
  • School bus system
  • Overhead pedestrian bridge
  • Rouwkoop Road drop and go in mornings
  • School parking area should be open
  • Rouwkoop one way during peak times
  • Older children should walk away from school and be collected up or down the road
  • Traffic officials to issue fines
  • Make 2-way stop at Glebe Road a 4-way stop