Parental Questionnaires

Parental Questionnaires

Year 7 2014-2015 

 

 

 

Strongly Agree

Agree

+

Disagree

Strongly disagree

I feel that my child has had a smooth transition from primary to secondary school

83%

 

16%

99%

1%

 

I found materials provided and information evenings during transition helpful

77%

23%

100%

 

 

My child looks forward to coming to school

77%

20%

97%

3%

 

I feel as though I have been kept informed of my child's progress whilst at Malbank

68%

31%

99%

1%

 

75 parental responses were shared. 

You said, we did....

In response to the parental feedback the following actions have taken place;

  • Whilst we are eased with the responses, we are not complacent and will continue to monitor things for example at 121's and via the thoughtbox. A review of student feedback from the Year 7 one to ones has identified that 100% of pupils enjoy coming to school and feel safe.

 

YEAR 11 CONSULTATION EVENING QUESTIONNAIRE - results


 

 

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

Don't Know

My child is happy at Malbank school?

46%

54%

 

 

 

My child feels safe at Malbank school?

54%

46%

 

 

 

My child makes good progress at Malbank school?

46%

50%

4%

 

 

My child is well looked after at Malbank School?

50%

50%

 

 

 

My child is taught well at Malbank School?

46%

50%

4%

 

 

My child receives appropriate homework for their age?

31%

54%

11%

 

4%

Malbank School makes sure its pupils are well behaved?

31%

50%

15%

 

4%

Malbank School deals effectively with bullying?

27%

65%

 

 

8%

Malbank School is well led and managed?

54%

38%

4%

 

4%

Malbank School responds well to any concerns I raise?

42%

50%

4%

 

4%

I receive valuable information from the school about my child's progress?

46%

54%

 

 

 

Would you recommend Malbank  School to another parent?

58%

34%

 

4%

4%

 

26 parental responses were submitted. 4% = 1 parental response.

You said, we did....

In response to the feedback given above the following has taken place;

  • 4 parents were concerned about the behaviour of pupils. A review of behaviour in the first half term has taken place and this showed a reduction in the number of detentions and fixed term exclusions. New arrangements are being put into place for lunchtimes in January and there will also be the introduction of a student behaviour group to run alongside the staff working group.
  • 3 parents disagreed that appropriate homework was being set. The Head of Upper school has shared this with all staff during a briefing session and reminded staff that homework should be set a minimum of once a fortnight and should help students to make progress. This will be reviewed during Year 11 one to one meetings in January.