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Constructive feedback from our pupils and their parents and carers is essential for us to understand where we are getting things right, but also identifies areas that we need to look at improving in the future.

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our 2020 surveys. 

We are incredibly proud that our sustained efforts to strengthen the education we offer has been recognised by parents with our Overall Quality of Teaching being scored at 100% Good+

Additionally, the following areas scored 90% or higher:

  • I rate the school overall good to excellent (up 4%)
  • My child feels happy in school
  • Student resilience and perseverance
  • Usefulness of website
  • Usefulness of Newsletter
  • Explaining to parents how to help their child
  • Quality of pastoral care
  • My child feels safe in school
  • My child is safe in school
  • Students show respect for cultures and religions
  • Students show respect for LBGT
  • Students show respect for girls/women
  • Students show respect for disability
  • Management of attendance/truancy
  • Management of punctuality
  • Quality of challenge
  • Developing independent learning skills in students
  • Developing of revision and rote learning skills
  • Student behaviour outside lessons
  • Attitudes in lessons
  • Quality of cyber-safety education
  • Quality of Relationships and Sex Education
  • Quality of healthy living education
  • The quality of our equality education and promotion of anti-harassment messages

These questions scored 80% or higher:

  • Developing confidence/self-esteem in students
  • Communication between school and parents
  • Quality of provision for able students
  • Quality of provision for disadvantaged students
  • Leadership and management
  • Quantity of homework
  • Quality of mental health/wellbeing education

Priorities set for next year

  • Even though our pupils with Special Needs or Disabilities (SEND) outperform other pupils nationally we want to further develop and improve our range of support for pupils with with SEND. We intend to further strengthen our provision for pupils with mental health difficulties.
  • Review our range of extra-curricular activities and clubs offered.