This survey was undertaken over a two-week period in June 2019. All parents and carers were invited to give their views via messages from Parent Mail and Stanmore Post.
The survey consisted of a number of questions or statements where the respondents were asked to state the extent to which they agreed or disagreed.
In addition to the questions, a comments section was provided where parents were invited to give more context to their answers or their ideas for further improvements or feedback.
In total we received 89 responses, representing 44% of pupils in the school. This represents an increase of engagement compared to 86 responses representing 36% of pupils last year.
On a year by year basis the lowest representation came from Year 3 at 36% and the highest from Year 2 at 58%.
What three words would you use to describe the school to others?
The word cloud shows the words used in all the responses. The larger the word, the more times it was used by the respondents.
Overall the percentage of positive responses (green bars) remained in line with last year, however the percentage of negative responses (orange and red) has reduced. The grey bars indicate a neutral response to the statement except in the questions about SEN and inclusivity for children with additional needs where parents were asked to give a neutral response if they had no direct experience.