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Parents' Information Evening - March 2018





Parents’ Evening Postcards ~ February/March 2017


 

 

We are always striving to improve our school, to ensure we provide the best education possible for your children. Please let us know you views by logging in to the Ofsted Parent View. When Ofsted visit our school, they will use the feedback given by parents from this site. 

We are really pleased with the improvement in parent perception over the past three years and will continue to strive to make further improvements. 



Parent Review March 2016

We asked parents at this term’s Parents’ Evening to give us their thoughts about what works well at Robert Kett Primary School, and what they would like to see improved further. We will use their responses to help us with organising the priorities for our next School Improvement & Development Plan.

Parents Eve Parent Review Mar 2016

Parent Questionnaire 2015

Parent Survey March 2015

Following a Parent Survey in March; where 78 parents responded, the following issues came up as strengths/areas for development.

Strengths:

97% agreed or strongly agreed that their child feels safe at this school.

91% agreed or strongly agreed that the school ensures their child is well looked after.

90% agreed or strongly agreed that the school helps their child develop skills in communication, reading, writing and mathematics.

Areas for Development:

28% disagreed or strongly disagreed that the school meets their child’s particular needs.

26% disagreed or strongly disagreed that their child’s lessons are not disrupted by bad behaviour.

24% disagreed or strongly disagreed that the school responds well to their concerns.

In response to their views we are:

  • Continuing to develop the new roles within our staffing structure of Inclusion Manager and Learning Mentor for September.
  • Reviewing how we have reacted to and implemented the new SEN CoP in respect of Individual Education Plans.
  • Reviewing our policy on supporting children with medical conditions.
  • Continuing to reinforce or Behaviour Policy with greater consistency.
  • Updating and sharing our complaints procedure and ensuring all staff are aware of how best to respond to initial concerns raised by parents.

Parent Questionnaire 2014

Thank you to the 119 parents who responded to our questionnaire sent out in July. We have compiled a report showing the responses to our questionnaire and intended action in response to the outcomes.

The Parents’ Forum will monitor progress of the action plan over the coming year.

Parent Survey report