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Parents' Views

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Whipperley Infant Academy - Parent Carer Survey Analysis 2019

134 Parents/Carers took part in our questionnaire

 

Statement

Agree

Disagree

1

My child/children like(s) school.

100%

 

2

My child/children is/are making good progress.

100%

 

3

Children at school behave well.

99%

1%

4

Teaching at the school is good.

100%

 

5

Staff expect my child/children to work hard and do their best.

100%

 

6

My child feels safe at school.

100%

 

7

Staff encourage my child/children to become mature and independent.

100%

 

8

There is a range of activities that my child/children find interesting and enjoyable.

100%

 

9

Staff explain how to help my child/children at home.

96%

4%

10

The homework in my child's learning logs is appropriate.

95%

5%

11

After school activities are enjoyable and interesting.

96%

4%

12

I feel comfortable about approaching the school staff with questions or concerns.

99%

1%

13

I feel confortable about approaching the Headteacher with any questions or concerns.

98%

2%

14

The school actively encourages parent/carers to be involved in its activities.

99%

1%

15

The school seeks the views of parents/carers and takes account of their suggestions and concerns.

99%

1%

16

I am kept well informed about how my child/children are getting on.

96%

4%

17

I would recommentd this school to others.

100%

 

       

 

 

YES

No

18

Have you read our Ofsted report.

69%

31%

Whipperley Infant Academy - Parent Carer Survey Analysis 2018, 133 Parents/Carers took part in our questionnaire

 

Statement

Agree

Disagree

Don’t know

1

My child/children like(s) school.

97%

1%

2%

2

My child/children is/are making good progress.

93%

3%

4%

3

Children at school behave well.

85%

1%

14%

4

Teaching at the school is good.

96%

4%

0%

5

Statementf epect my child/children to work hard and do their best.

92%

1%

7%

6

My child feels safe at school.

99%

0%

1%

7

Staff encourage my child/children to become mature and independent.

93%

1%

6%

8

There is a range of activities that my child/children find interesting and enjoyable.

95%

1%

4%

9

Staff explain how to help my child/children at home.

95%

4%

1%

10

The homework in my child's learning logs is appropriate.

84%

3%

13%

11

After school activities are enjoyable and interesting.

73%

4%

23%

12

I feel comfortable about approaching the school staff with questions or concerns.

96%

3%

1%

13

I feel confortable about approaching the Headteacher with any questions or concerns.

93%

1%

6%

14

The school actively encourages parent/carers to be involved in its activities.

90%

9%

1%

15

The school seeks the views of parents/carers and takes account of their suggestions and concerns.

87%

3%

10%

16

I am kept well informed about how my child/children are getting on.

87%

5%

8%

17

I would recommentd this school to others.

96%

0%

4%

         

 

 

YES

No

 

18

Have you read our Ofsted report.

76%

24%

 

Parent/Carer survey November 2017 analysis

102 parents completed our parent/carer survey.

 

 

Statement

Agree

Disagree

Don’t know

1

My child/children like(s) school.

99%

1%

0%

2

My child/children is/are making good progress.

99%

0%

1%

3

Children at school behave well.

84%

3%

13%

4

Teaching at the school is good.

97%

0%

3%

5

Staff expect my child/children to work hard and do their best.

99%

0%

1%

6

My child feels safe at school.

97%

1%

2%

7

Staff encourage my child/children to become mature and independent.

98%

0%

2%

8

There is a range of activities that my child/children find interesting and enjoyable.

99%

0%

1%

9

Staff explain how to help my child/children at home.

93%

5%

2%

10

The homework in my child's learning logs is appropriate.

90%

5%

5%

11

After school activities are enjoyable and interesting.

66%

1%

33%

12

I feel comfortable about approaching the school staff with questions or concerns.

97%

2%

1%

13

I feel comfortable about approaching the Head teacher with any questions or concerns.

90%

2%

8%

14

The school actively encourages parent/carers to be involved in its activities.

95%

1%

4%

15

The school seeks the views of parents/carers and takes account of their suggestions and concerns.

95%

0%

5%

16

I am kept well informed about how my child/children are getting on.

94%

4%

2%

17

I would recommend this school to others.

92%

2%

6%

In November 2016 - 145 parents completed our survey here are the results:

 

Question Agree Disagree Don’t Know
1. My child/children likes(s) school? 99% 0% 1%
2. My child/children is/are making good progress? 96% 1% 3%
3. Children at the school behave well? 85% 5% 10%
4. Teaching at the school is good? 97% 0% 3%
5. Staff expect my chil/childen to work hard and do their best? 97% 0% 3%
6. My child feels safe at school? 95% 2% 3%
7. Staff encourage my child/children to become mature and independent? 95% 1% 4%
8. There is a range of activities that my chil/children find interesting and enjoyable? 97% 0% 3%
9. Staff expain how to help my child/children at home? 93% 0% 7%
10. The homework in my child's learning logs is appropriate? 94% 1% 5%
11. After school activities are enjoyable and interesting? 74% 1% 25%
12. I feel comfortable about approaching the school staff with questions and concerns? 95% 0% 5%
13. I feel comfortable about approaching the Head Teacher with any questions or concerns? 89% 1% 10%
14. The school actively encurages parent/carers to be involved in its activities? 90% 4% 6%
15. The school seeks the views of parent/carers and takes account of their suggestions and concerns? 83% 5% 12%
16. I am kept well informed about how my child/children are getting on? 93% 2% 5%
17. I would recommend the school to others? 98% 1% 1%

 

 

One parent asked if there are opportunities to talk about their child at times other than parents’ evening? Teachers are always delighted to talk to you about your children.  If you have any concerns or want some clarification please send a note in with your child and their class teacher will arrange a time to meet or will be happy to telephone you at a  convenient time.  If it is just a quick chat, please speak to the member of staff on your year group gate in the morning.

5% of parents surveys indicated that they were concerned about the behaviour in the school.    With 270 children, who are growing up and learning, some incidents will always arise, but I am confident that the behaviour in this school is good.  However, we are never complacent and are always reviewing our policy and approach.  If any parents would like to take an hour one morning and join me for a learning walk to see our school in action I would be delighted to  welcome you.  

A small number of parents were unsure about the expectations from the home learning logs and asked if there could be more information.  At the beginning of the year, all parents are invited to a ‘meet the teacher’ event to discuss home learning but in response to the questionnaire we will be putting on an additional session for parents in the new year.  Don’t forget to come and visit our fortnightly coffee mornings in the Rainbow room too, and you can learn about an aspect of your child’s  education or just come and have a chat.

Parents Questionnaire Analysis 

In November 2015 we were lucky enough to have 144 Parents complete our Parents and Carer Questionnaire.  Please see below the final analysis and our responses below.

 

  Agree % Disagree% Don’t know %
1.     My child/children like(s) school. 96% 3% 1%
2.    My child/children is/are making good progress 92% 1% 7%
3.    Children at the school behave well 84% 4% 12%
4.    Teaching at the school is good. 94% 1% 5%
5.  Staff expect my child/children to work hard and do their best. 91% 1% 8%
6.    My child feels safe at school.  97% 2% 1%
7.  Staff encourage my child/children to become mature and independent. 93% 0% 7%
8.  There is a range of activities that my  child/children find interesting and enjoyable. 90% 4% 6%
9.  Staff explain how to help my child/children at home. 86% 6% 8%
10. The homework in my child’s “learning logs is appropriate. 88% 4% 8%
11. After school activities are enjoyable and interesting. 74% 4% 22%
12. I feel comfortable about approaching the School staff with questions or concerns. 95% 1% 4%
13. I feel comfortable about approaching the Headteacher with any questions or concerns.  91% 1% 8%
14. The school actively encourages parent/carers to be involved in its activities. 93% 2% 5%
15. The school seeks the views of parent/carers and takes account of their suggestions and concerns. 87% 1% 12%
16. I am kept well informed about how my child/children are getting on. 90% 5% 5%
17. I would recommend this school to others.   94% 1% 5%

 

 

Following on from the results of your parental questionnaire we have listened and made a number of changes;

  • Following the questionnaire from further consultation we have introduced a new behaviour policy
  • We have introduced more clubs before and after school
  • We have led sessions to help parents understand about our learning logs

 

We will continue to strive to work in partnership with our parents to ensure that Whipperley Infant Academy is the best possible school.

 

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