Below are the results of our Parent/Carer Questionnaire.
Parent/Carer Percentage results
We also thought we would like you to see the changes we have made below
|You said||We did||Impact|
|Update website/ news line regularly with class news and photos||Updated our website/newsletters which is easier to navigate.||Easier to navigate for parents. Updated more regularly with news, homework, photos and events.|
|Improve the behaviour system, including anti-bullying so it’s more consistent.||Developed a brand new
behaviour system which has been embedded across the school.
|Children can earn Family Points and understand the system much more.
|Provide more extra-curricular clubs for KS1||Professional coaches come in to provide basketball, golf and squash. Good News club is run by The Church.||Children have more chance to experience a range of sports and clubs|
|We sometimes struggle to get our children to do their homework.||Developed a creative homework grid /homework club run on a Friday.
|Parents and children more aware of homework.|
|More educational visits/ trips||Each year group will have an educational visit or experience day each term.||Children have many Experience days linked to their Topic and a main trip every term is planned with the children.|
|The outside EYFS is worn away and needs updating.
|The governors agreed to purchase artificial grass, new climbing frame and outside equipment.
|The area outside EYFS is much improved and the children can use the space all year round.
|Sports Days need improving as parents didn’t like following the children around||Changed the entire format of Sports Days for KS2. Made it easier to observe the children without moving. Included a Picnic Lunch so the whole day is made more special.||Parents and carers can view their children more easily. Sharing a Picnic Lunch means parents can socialise together and bring whole families together.|
|Some of the children are being unkind to each other outside of school on social media.||Arranged for the local PSCO to talk to the relevant year groups in an assembly.
|Pupils more aware about Internet Safety.|
|Somewhere for children to self-regulate/ have time out||Rainbow room/Sensory room/ Chill Out Zone developed for all children to use||Children enjoy using the rooms at all times of the day.|
|Children do not mix with other pupils outside of their year groups||Family Groups developed to ensure all children socialise with different year groups and compete in assemblies, activities and competitions.||Children really enjoy being in their Family Groups and have enjoyed their assemblies and activity days.|
|Special Memorial Gardens for children to spend quiet times in.||Area developed and maintained with the support of year 6 children to incorporate their ideas.||A lovely quiet area with special memories held.|
|SEND News- what do the acronyms in special needs mean?||SEND newsletter every month is published to help parents understand different diagnosis. It also provided help lines and ideas for parents||Parents have more understanding of certain diagnosis and have remarked how informative it is.|
|Would like CPR Lessons introduced||Looking at introducing to Years 5 & 6||To be measured|
|Cater and nurture those that exceed minimum targets – academically more able||Booster Groups Enrichment at CCHS Developing the Chilli Challenge and extend||Good percentage of children above ARE (Age Related Expectations)|
|More teacher parent partnerships i.e. meetings
|Phonics info. afternoon KS1 info afternoon KS2 info afternoon Open Door Policy||Parents/Carers have greater opportunity to gather information.|
|Less sugary puddings and balanced menu||Reviewing menus and seeking children’s voice.||In process of being reviewed|
|Recycling in every classroom||Recycling Bins in every classroom – the reintroduction of Eco Warriors||Children more aware of recycling|
|Email or private suggestion box for parents/carers to use confidentially||Private suggestion box to be put in foyer.||More opportunities for parents/carers to pass on their views|
|More written progress with regard to my child’s progress – more than twice a year||Reports are changing to once a term||Keeping parents/carers updated on a termly basis.|