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Parent View

What is Parent View?

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to how the school deals with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. Ofsted will then use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect and when.

Click here to register and complete a survey to help our school improve.

 
 
 
2019 Parent view - response
 
We were delighted as a school to hear 100% of parents who responded agreed their children were safe and happy. This is our main aim and we feel we put a lot of continued effort into this area. This goes hand in hand with question 10 "The school responds well to any concerns I raise." In a small, community school like ours we aim to speak to all parents promptly about concerns and offer the right level of support. All of our class teachers are on hand at the beginning and end of the school day to manage classroom day to day concerns. Appointments can be made to see your class teacher or Headteacher, Mrs Jackson, if you wish to speak about a confidential or more serious worry. This can be done by phoning the school, calling into the main office or by catching Mrs Jackson on the school gate!
 
We were delighted that 100 % of parents who responded agreed children are well taught and that pupils make good progress. We have worked hard since our Ofsted in July 2017 to address the quality and variability of teaching. We believe we offer a "good" and better standard of teaching in 2019 and we are pleased you agree!
 
Our pupils have driven our school behaviour policy. They invented our vision "Learn to fly" and encourage each other, daily, with our never give up attitude "If you learn to try, you learn to fly." They live by our core values of "Respect, happiness and growth." We share our "values to fly by" every Monday in Assembly and try to live these out in everything we do. Our school council present awards each week for pupils who have excelled in demonstrating these values. They enforce daily vigilance thanks to our Puffin patrollers and their Puffin code:
 
Punctual
Understanding
Friendly and forgiving
Free to speak up
Inclusive
No to bullying
 
Thanks to the children who have fully embraced our mission to have a community that learns and grows together, our parents agree that pupils are well behaved.