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Thank you to all our parents who have returned our school improvement survey forms. We are very pleased with the results and your kind comments. Suggestions made will be looked at seriously at our next planning meeting. We are currently analysing the responses from our pupils and will have them available before the February midterm break.

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96% agree (moderately or strongly) that the school always aims to improve the quality of education it provides
97% agree (moderately or strongly) that the school always tries to improve
93% agree (moderately or strongly) that the school has a clear understanding of its strengths and weaknesses


93% agree (moderately or strongly) that there is good two-way communication between the staff and parents at my child's school.
94% agree (moderately or strongly) that they feel comfortable about approaching this school with any concerns they might have.
97% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child's teacher/s understand their point of view.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that this school takes parents concerns seriously.


95% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child’s school are extremely dedicated.
99% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child’s school are very enthusiastic and passionate about learning.


93% agree (moderately or strongly) that this school encourages parents to have a say in planning for the future.
92% agree (moderately or strongly) that they have an opportunity to get involved in planning and deciding things at this school if they want to.



97% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child’s school are very good at making learning fun.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child’s school are very good at encouraging their child to learn.
98% agree (moderately or strongly) that this school encourages their child to persist with their learning when it is difficult.


99% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child's school manage student behaviour fairly
95% agree (moderately or strongly) that the teachers at my child's school manage student behaviour in a consistent way


99% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child's school report is very helpful.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child's report cover all the areas of their progress that they need to know about.


96% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child is well prepared for the next stage in their education.
98% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child was supported well when they started back at school this year.
94% agree (moderately or strongly) that before the end of last year, their child was well prepared for this year at school.


92% agree (moderately or strongly) that the academic standards at this school provide adequate challenge for their child.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that the education programs at this school are suitable for their child.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that this school is meeting the academic needs of their child.


97% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child’s school has good extra-curricular activities.
96% agree (moderately or strongly) that this school provides an appropriate range of extra-curricular activities.


87% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child is taught organisational skills to help them do their homework.
91% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child’s homework helps them with their learning.


85% disagree (moderately or strongly) that their child has been bullied recently at school
79% disagree (moderately or strongly) that their child has been teased recently at school


95% agree (moderately or strongly) that overall, they are satisfied with the education their child receives from their school


92% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child gets on well with their peers at school
91% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child feels accepted by other students at school


59% disagree (moderately or strongly) that the behaviour of other pupils interrupts their child's learning


90% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child looks forward to going to school


93% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child is mastering a range of social skills
92% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child is developing good social skills


95% agree (moderately or strongly) that their child enjoys the learning they do at school