PARENT QUESTIONNAIRE - SPRING TERM 2020
We distributed our Parent Questionnaire during parent/teacher consultation evening held on the 26th and 27th February 2020. We are very grateful to all those parents/carers who completed our satisfaction survey, based on three questions. Out of a possible 376 we received 174 back. Thank you for your response; we assume that the remaining 54% are also happy!
Ofsted launched a new Inspection Framework in September 2019 – this included a review of the ‘Parent View questions/statements’. As such we distributed the reviewed Questionnaire early in the academic year (October 2019) during KS1 Parent/Teacher Consultations. Out of a possible 256 we received 106 back; that represented 41% of our KS1 families. Feedback from the Questionnaire was reported in the November 2019 Newsletter.
Finally, at the same time last year out of a possible 389 we received 195 back - that represented 50% of parents.
Returns from 26th and 27th February 2020:
1. Did you find your meeting with the class Teacher useful? YES: 100%
2. Were the Teachers able to answer all your questions? YES: 100%
3. Are you happy with the following at Trenance Learning Academy?
Teaching & Learning YES: 99.4%
Leadership & Management YES: 99.4%
Health & Safety YES: 99.4%
Parental Engagement – Autumn Term 2019: Feedback from Ofsted Questionnaire
September 2019: Ofsted have changed some of the questions in their parent surveys. We wanted to hear what our parent feedback would be in relation to these new questions, and so took the decision to issue the full questionnaire at our parent/teacher consultations in the 16th and 17th October 2019.
The response is as follows:
Out of a possible 256 (currently 14 spaces available in KS1) we received 106 back; that represents 41% of our KS1 families. At the same time last year when we distributed our mini survey out of a possible 269 (1 space available) we received 125 back (47%).
My child is happy at Trenance
Strongly Agree: 81% Agree: 18% Disagree: 1%
My child feels safe at Trenance
Strongly Agree: 85% Agree: 14% Between agree & disagree: 1%
The school makes sure its pupils are well behaved
Strongly Agree: 75% Between strongly agree & agree: 0.94% Agree: 21% Between agree & disagree: 0.94% Disagree: 0.94% Unanswered: 0.94%
My child has been bullied and the school dealt with the bullying quickly and effectively
Strongly Agree: 33% Agree: 67%
My child has not been bullied: 89%
The school makes me aware of what my child will learn during the year
Strongly Agree: 60% Agree: 33% Between agree & disagree: 1% Disagree: 3.7% Unanswered: 2%
When I have raised concerns with the school they have been dealt with properly
Strongly Agree: 70% Agree: 30%
I have not raised any concerns: 68%
Does your child have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)? No: 93%
If Yes, ‘The school gives them the support they need to succeed’
Strongly Agree: 57% Agree: 29% Disagree: 14% (1 parent)
The school has high expectations for my child
Strongly Agree: 69% Agree: 25% I hope so: 1% I don’t know: 1% Unanswered: 4%
My child does well as this school
Strongly Agree: 78% Agree: 20% I don’t know: 1% Unanswered: 1%
The school lets me know how my child is doing
Strongly Agree: 66% Agree: 28% Between agree & disagree: 1% Disagree: 3% Unanswered: 2%
There is a good range of subjects available to my child at this school
Strongly Agree: 78% Agree: 21% Unanswered: 1%
My child can take part in clubs and activities at this school
Strongly Agree: 80% Agree: 19% Strongly Disagree: 1%
The school supports my child’s wider personal development
Strongly Agree: 70% Agree: 26% Disagree: 1% Unanswered: 3%
I would recommend Trenance to another parent
Yes: 98% Unanswered: 1% Maybe: 1%
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