If you have an issue or query then please speak to either your child’s class teacher or a member of the senior leadership team who will be happy to help. Likewise we like to hear from parents when things work well so do let us know if a current policy or procedure is highly effective.

 

Ofsted Parent View

In addition to the parent surveys sent out by the school, parents are ale to express their opinios using the Ofsted Parent View webpage.  Please log in via the following website https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

Parent Survey July 2016

Thank you for those who responded to our July parent/carer survey, your opinions are important to us and are taken into account when evaluating the overall standards Silverstone CE Primary School. We are delighted with an overall positive response and it is good to identify aspects which you feel we need to further improve. Below are the overall findings from Foundation Stage 2 to Year 6.

 

Strongly agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly disagree

My chid feels safe

70%

30%

 

 

My child is making good progress

67%

33%

 

 

The school meets my child’s particular needs

53%

45%

2%

 

The school ensures my child is well looked after

67%

33%

 

 

My child is taught well

62%

38%

 

 

The school helps my child to develop skills in communication, reading, writing and maths

65%

35%

 

 

There is a good standard of behaviour

47%

46%

5%

2%

My child’s lessons are not disrupted by bad behaviour

49%

43%

8%

 

The school deals with any cases of bullying effectively

37%

58%

5%

 

The school helps me to support my child’s learning

48%

50%

2%

 

The school responds well to my concerns

42%

53%

2%

3%

The school keeps me well informed

52%

46%

2%

 

 

So what are we going to do…

  • Create a new behaviour policy, with a clear and consistent approach to rewards and sanctions across the school
  • Review golden rules with the children and further develop positive learning attitudes in lessons
  • Make it clear to parents and pupils how ‘bullying’ is effectively dealt with in school (a number of responses indicated they did not know how the school deals with bullying as bullying has not being an issue in the school)
  • Review homework across the school
  • Hold parent workshops and send out advice on how to support children with their learning at home
  • Look at ways to improve communication between school and home when issues/concerns are raised.