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 continue to agree that we achieve this.
We have worked strategically to make sure that we can handle concerns about bad behaviour consistently and appropriately and this has had a positive impact over time. Staff in the school work hard to encourage and model the positive behaviours we want to see develop in the children and take time to help respond to the concerns pupils share when something feels wrong.
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. 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 need this feedback so we can continue to improve what we do for our pupils.
Overview of outcomes
We received less positive responses to the statements below compared to last year and we are going to do some more work to explore your views on these areas during the Spring Term:
The governing body, along with staff, are committed to ensuring that our school is a place where young people can develop their whole being. We understand that building a healthy and happy future relies on a wide range of factors, including making sure children learn how to look after their own wellbeing. In response to the survey we will:
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