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Annual Pupil Questionnaire 

In July 2016, a pupil questionnaire was given to all of our pupils in order to assess current pupil opinions about the school. The children were asked a number of questions about the school and then asked their opinions about what they liked about school and what they would change. The pupils were also asked about what makes a good lesson and what makes a lesson bad or boring. Finally the children were asked about their favourite subjects and what they would like to do more of.

 

The School has a commitment to continuous self-review and improvement. The Schools Development Plan or SDP is a cycle of actions that identify strengths and areas of development that become actions for improvement and evaluation. It is published each year. The overall schedule is based upon the OFSTED framework. Comments from the pupil questionnaire will feed into the new SDP for the academic year 2016-2017.

The results document:

 

I am delighted to be able to bring you the findings of our Pupil Questionnaire 2016. The resounding positivity of the responses was a delight to see. The Wordle art comes from the pupils responses and the size of the word is proportional to the number of pupils who mentioned it in their questionnaire. The exceptional response to what might we change at school was nothing with a number of pupils writing 'I wouldn't change anything'. We, as a school, are very proud of this response.

 

What do we like best about school?
What do we want to change about our school?
What is your favourite lesson?
What would you like to do more of at school?


Please click on the full report of the results below.

Annual Pupil Questionnaire 

In June 2015, a pupil questionnaire was given to all of our pupils in order to assess current pupil opinions about the school. The children were asked a number of questions about the school and then asked their opinions about what they liked about school and what they would change. The pupils were also asked about what makes a good lesson and what makes a lesson bad or boring. Finally the children were asked about their favourite subjects and what they would like to do more of.

 

The School has a commitment to continuous self-review and improvement. The Schools Development Plan or SDP is a cycle of actions that identify strengths and areas of development that become actions for improvement and evaluation. It is published each year. The overall schedule is based upon the OFSTED framework. Comments from the pupil questionnaire will feed into the new SDP for the academic year 2015-2016.

The results document:

 

I am delighted to be able to bring you the findings of our Pupil Questionnaire 2015. The resounding positivity of the responses was a delight to see. The Wordle art comes from the pupils responses and the size of the word is proportional to the number of pupils who mentioned it in their questionnaire. The exceptional response to what might we change at school was nothing with a number of pupils writing 'I would change nothing it is perfect the way it is'. We as a school are very proud of this response.

 

What do we like best about school?
What do we want to change about our school?
What is your favourite lesson?
What would you like to do more of at school?


Please click on the full report of the results below.