Parental Questionnaire March 2018
Responses from 87 parents.
My child is happy at this school: 93% agree and 51% strongly agree.
2 parents disagreed with this statement and 4 put a mark in more than one box.
My child feels safe at this school: 98.8% agree and 74% strongly agree.
1 mark in more than one box.
Behaviour is a good standard: 94% agree 56% strongly agree.
1 mark in more than one box. 3 parents disagree (Y5, Y4, Reception and Year 1)
My child is well looked after: 97.7% agree and 71% strongly agree.
2 put a mark in more than one box.
My child is taught well: 98.8% agree and 71% strongly agree.
1 parent disagreed.
My child experiences a wide a varied curriculum: 98.8% agree 74.8% strongly agree.
1 parent disagreed.
The office staff are welcoming and friendly: 97% agree and 70% strongly agree.
2 parents ticked in more than one box.
92% of parents say they use the school website.
90% of parents found the online booking system for Parents’ Evening easy to use.
Not applicable for Maple Class
- An amazing school in all aspects.
- Fabulous school! Passionate staff who go above and beyond to help children learn and achieve their potential. My child is thriving at school and takes great pride in being a Holy Trinity pupil.
- Brilliant communication . I feel I can talk to teachers about anything.
- Brilliant school my son loves it.
- My child enjoys coming to school. Always so happy at pick up.
- Keep up the wonderful job you are doing and thank you.
- Both my children are very happy at school.
- Exciting range of topics, workshops and trips.
- Teacher has made a massive difference to my son. He got to a point of not wanting to come in any more but since Y* things have changed. Thank you and well done.
- She loves Willow class.
- Less homework in the holidays.
- PE rather than spirituality.
- More support for children when they transition from Reception to Year 1 .
- Good assessments of children so that they can be sent home early if they are ill.
- Willow class did not perform the Samba drumming for parents.
- More challenging literature.
- Change which children are given special roles.
- Seek views of all children when there are issues involving more than one child.
- Less use of films during lesson times.