Broadwater Down Primary School

Growing to Learn, Learning to Grow

Parent View

Thank you to the parents who responded to our parent view questionnaire.  The feedback is very useful.  Here are the results....

 

Results of Parent Questionnaire March 2017

 

Would you recommend this school to another parent?   Yes 100%

 

Strongly agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

Don’t know/NA

School Response/Actions

My child is happy at this school

 

73% (38)

23% (12)

2% (1)

0

2% (1)

 

My child feels safe at this school

 

75% (39)

25% (13)

0

0

0

 

My child makes good progress at this school

77% (40)

19% (10)

2% (1)

0

2% (1)

 

My child is well looked after at this school

77% (40)

23% (12)

0

0

0

 

My child is taught well at this school

 

83% (43)

17% (9)

0

0

0

 

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

65% (34)

25% (13)

10% (5)

0

0

We provide written guidance and a workshop for home learning. These provide support for parents in understanding the possibilities provided for our pupils. This year we have added a class meeting at the beginning of the year to further explain the expectations of home learning at Broadwater Primary. We are confident that pupils of all abilities are provided with opportunities to consolidate and apply learning.

This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved

67% (35)

29% (15)

2% (1)

0

2% (1)

 

This school deals effectively with bullying

40% (21)

31% (16)

2% (1)

0

27% (14)

Any incidents of perceived bullying are thoroughly investigated by the headteacher as soon as they are reported. Pupils and parents were provided with information about what constitutes bullying during anti-bullying week in November. There are a small number of friendships/relationships which experience difficulties at times. These are monitored and pupils are supported by staff to make and keep positive relationships.

This school is well led and managed

 

73% (38)

27% (14)

0

0

0

 

This school responds well to any concerns I raise

69% (36)

21% (11)

0

0

10% (5)

 

I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress

69% (36)

29% (15)

2% (1)

0

0

Parents are given three opportunities to attend consultation meetings each year, alongside our ‘open door’ policy of meeting with parents whenever needed/requested. Parents are also provided with a very detailed progress report for all subjects every March, followed by an attendance and attainment report each July.

 () Denote number of parents.

 

Results of Parent Questionnaire March 2016

 

Would you recommend this school to another parent?   Yes 98.6% (70 out of 71 respondents)

 

Strongly agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

Don’t know/NA

School Response/Actions

My child is happy at this school

 

72% (54)

25.3%(19)

1.3%(1)

-

1.3%(1)

 

My child feels safe at this school

 

66.7%(50)

30.7%(23)

-

-

2.7%(2)

 

My child makes good progress at this school

65.3%(49)

29.3%(22)

1.3%(1)

1.3%(1)

2.7%(2)

 

My child is well looked after at this school

65.3%(49)

34.7(26)

-

-

-

 

My child is taught well at this school

 

65.3%(49)

32%(24)

-

1.3%(1)

1.3%(1)

 

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

40%(30)

48%(36)

9.3%(7)

2.7%(2)

-

We provide written guidance and a workshop for home learning. These provide support for parents in understanding the possibilities provided for our pupils. In future, we will add a class meeting at the beginning of the year to further explain the expectations of home learning at Broadwater Primary. We are confident that pupils of all abilities are provided with opportunities to consolidate and apply learning.

This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved

48%(36)

48%(36)

2.7%(2)

-

1.3%(1)

 

This school deals effectively with bullying

36%(27)

33.3%(25)

5.3%(4)

-

25.3%(19)

All incidents of perceived bullying are thoroughly investigated by the headteacher as soon as they are reported. Pupils and parents were provided with information about what constitutes bullying during anti-bullying week in November. There are a small number of friendships/relationships which experience difficulties at times. These are monitored and pupils are supported by staff to make and keep positive relationships. No parent responded that their child felt unsafe at school during this survey and 100% felt their child was well-looked after.

This school is well led and managed

 

69.3%(52)

29.3%(22)

-

-

1.3%(1)

 

This school responds well to any concerns I raise

53.3%(40)

36%(27)

-

1.3%(1)

9.3%(7)

 

I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress

56%9(42)

38.7%(29)

4%(3)

-

1.3%(1)

Parents are given three opportunities to attend consultation meetings each year, alongside our ‘open door’ policy of meeting with parents whenever needed/requested. Parents are also provided with a very detailed progress report for all subjects every March, followed by an attendance and attainment report each July.

 () Denote number of parents.

 

 

 

Results of Parent Questionnaire March 2015

 

Would you recommend this school to another parent?    Yes - 100%

 

Strongly agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

Don’t know

School Response/Actions

My child is happy at this school

 

61.8%

38.2%

 

 

 

 

My child feels safe at this school

 

67.3%

32.7%

 

 

 

 

My child makes good progress at this school

69.1%

29.1%

1.8%

 

 

 

My child is well looked after at this school

74.1%

24.1%

 

 

1.8%

 

My child is taught well at this school

 

67.3%

32.7%

 

 

 

 

My child receives appropriate homework for their age

45.5%

41.8%

12.7%

 

 

Workshop for parents on maximising use of Mymaths

Revisit Mymaths with staff

Maths Subject Leader to monitor

English Subject Leader to monitor writing opportunities provided by Learning Logs

Request to parents for more feedback through Parent Council

This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved

53.7%

42.6%

3.7%

 

 

School Code revisited each week in assembly

Good to be Green scheme used by all staff

Disruptive behaviour is dealt with in conjunction with external agency support where necessary

This school deals effectively with bullying

43.6%

16.4%

3.6%

 

36.4%

 

Acts of unkindness or on-going disagreements are dealt with in line with policy and monitored with parents

This school is well led and managed

 

58.2%

38.2%

 

 

3.6%

 

This school responds well to any concerns I raise

61.8%

25.5%

 

 

12.7%

 

I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress

56.4%

40%

3.6%

 

 

3 formal parent consultations

Open-door policy for parents to book an appointment/speak informally throughout the year

Comprehensive written report provided in term 4 on all aspects of the curriculum