Children’s Survey 2017/2018
We undertook a survey of our Key Stage 1 children to ask them about how they felt about various aspects of their schooling. For the questionnaire we used, please click here: Pupil Survey.
A total of 212 children were surveyed.
The results are really positive with high scores in a number of key areas such as children enjoying coming to school (97%), feeling safe at school (97%) and having friends at school (97%).
The areas for improvement are:
- Continuing to ensure that children know what they have done well and how to make their work better; this has improved since last year’s survey (4% now indicate ‘don’t know’ to question 7 compared to 7%).
- Continuing to improve the school cleanliness; we questioned the children further about this issue and they raised the problem of litter dropped by children and parents on the playground (6% now disagree with question 11).
Student Governors and teachers will be creating an action plan to address the low scoring areas.