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Pupil Surveys

Pupil Questionnaire

May 2017

 

Yes

No

Sometimes

I enjoy school

 

82%

 

4%

 

14%

I feel safe at school

 

92%

 

1%

 

7%

My school helps to keep me healthy

 

90%

 

2%

 

8%

Adults in my school care about me

 

89%

 

1%

 

10%

Adults in my school are interested in my views

 

88%

 

2%

 

10%

Behaviour is good at my school

 

78%

 

10%

 

12%

The school teaches us about anti- bullying

 

91%

 

2%

 

7%

Bullying is dealt with in school

 

88%

 

4%

 

8%

I learn a lot in lessons

 

90%

 

2%

 

8%

My lessons are interesting

 

89%

 

3%

 

8%

I know how well I am doing at school

 

92%

 

3%

 

5%

Adults explain how to improve my work

 

93%

 

1%

 

6%

I enjoy the playground

 

87%

 

 

5%

 

8%

I enjoy school meals

85%

 

8%

7%

The Headteacher and senior staff in my school do a good job. 

93%

2%

5%

I would encourage other children to come to my school

89%

2%

9%

 

Key Findings

 

From the survey data attached it is clear that, amongst the children, there is generally a high level of satisfaction around what the school has to offer.

All children, at every key stage, participated in the survey.

Satisfaction re safety in school, the quality of lessons, teacher feedback, and the work of the school’s senior management are particularly high.

Also of note is the fact that the children ‘s satisfaction re the teaching and awareness of anti-bullying strategies is in contrast to that expressed by parents -  91% as opposed to 74% respectively.

Further, whereas the number of children expressing the fact they thought lessons were stimulating and interesting stands at 89%, parents rating on this subject stands at 76%.

Only 76% of children said that they thought behaviour was good in school, but children’s perception of this can be subjective since one or a few negative experiences can obscure their understanding of the bigger picture. This statistic also has to be weighed against the many reports from visitors to the school that state that they have found the behaviour around the school to be of a very high standard. ( For example, see recent visit notes from the school development Adviser, Lynn Lowery, and the MAT CEO, Sue Jackson.)

The two areas arising from the survey of children’s opinion that the school needs to look at to improve further would appear to be the quality of school lunches and life on the playground.

Jon Hann

Deputy Headteacher

May 2017

 

 

 

 

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