Our primary aim as a school is to support children to become the best they can be. We know that this happens most successfully when we provide a safe and happy place for children to be – we are glad you agree that we achieve this.
We have worked strategically to make sure that we can handle concerns about bullying and bad behaviour consistently and appropriately and this has had a positive impact. Staff in the school work hard to encourage and model the positive behaviours we want to see develop in the children.
The overwhelming sense of positivity from the feedback is very encouraging and will help to ensure we maintain and continue to improve our systems and processes. Please remember that you are welcome to share a concern or issue with the school at any time in the year, not just through surveys. We want the feedback so we can continue to improve what we do for our pupils.
Overview of outcomes
100% of parents and carers who responded agree their child is happy at school.
99% of respondents agreed that their child is safe and well looked after.
99% of parents and carers who responded agree their child makes good progress at the school.
96% of those responding agreed that the school is well led and managed and that they receive valuable information about their child’s progress.
97% of those responding with an opinion agreed that the school deals effectively with bullying. (Increase of 10% since December 2016)
96% of parents and carers with an opinion agreed that the school supports its pupils to behave positively.
97% indicated that they would recommend the school to another parent or carer.
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