For families

Parent feedback

 

 

11 Questions were asked of parents.

  1. I feel, my child is getting the best possible opportunities at school
  2. My child likes school
  3. My child’s educational needs are well met
  4. My child is making good progress
  5. My child is well cared for at school
  6. My child’s teacher informs me about my child’s progress
  7. The school gives me advice when I need it
  8. Class staff are welcoming and communicative
  9. The school is led well
  10. My child’s health needs are well met at school
  11. My child’s therapy needs are well met at school

 

Returned surveys

Pre-School 6
Primary 1 5
Primary 2 4
Secondary 3 4
Secondary 4 5

 

Pre-School  

On average scored most questions as 10 . Indicating that they feel very confident with the provision at the Pre-School

Other highest scores were question 1,3,5,6,7,8,9,10 scoring on average 10.

Lowest scored questions were 2,4 scoring on average 9. Although this is still a high score we do need to be mindful of ensuring that parents are made aware of their child’s progress as parents have indicated that they are not as confident with this area compared to other areas of the pre-school.

Primary one

On average scored most questions as 10 . Indicating that they feel very confident with the provision in Primary 1

Other highest scores were question 1,2,3,6,8,9,10 scoring on average 10.

Lowest scored question was 4,5,7,11  scoring on average 9. Although this is still a high score we do need to be mindful of ensuring that parents are made aware of their child’s progress , ensuring that the care standards remain high ( it was noted that this is linked to changes in staffing) that teachers have the skills required to give parents advice and that access to therapy is clearly communicated to parents   

Primary 2

On average scored just under half of questions as 10 . Indicating that they feel confident with the provision in Primary 2

Other highest scores were question 5,6,7,8,9,scoring on average 10.

Lowest scored question was 4,  scoring on average 7. We do need to be mindful of ensuring that parents are made aware of their child’s progress as this is clearly an area which they feel less confident.

Secondary 3

On average scored lower than the other departments. The highest score was question 9 as 10.

Lowest score was question 4 which was scored as 7.  We do need to be mindful of ensuring that parents are made aware of their child’s progress as this is clearly an area which they feel less confident.

Secondary 4

On average scored under half of questions as 10 . Indicating that they feel confident with the provision in Secondary 4

Other highest scores were question 2,5,6,8,scoring on average 10.

Lowest scored question was 1,  scoring on average 8. We do need to ensure parents are made aware of all the wonderful opportunities this department has, especially as they have more opportunities than other departments.