Parental Questionnaire Results
St John the Evangelist Parents and Carers Questionnaire
Please see below the results of your answers which reflect a very positive view of the school as a whole.
The things we are doing well Top 4
My Child is Happy at St Johns 98%
My child feels safe at this school 98%
My child is well looked after in this school. 100%
My child is well taught at this school 99%
We asked you if there was a particular aspect of the schools work with
which you are pleased
You told us:
I love the school and really love how my daughter feels a part of a
family at St. John's.
Approachable head, staff at reception are polite. Activities for the
children after school & through PTA. Opportunities to see your child
in class etc
Just a very well run school.
Level of support offered by all staff members.
Progress made academically and well organised and inclusive culture
Excellent teaching, lovely staff.
Management and teaching year 6 teaching and support for SATs exceptional
The schools provides a good varied curriculum for my child.
It has a lovely sense of community with everyone in the school working
hard to ensure the kids educational development and well being.
Teaching and good communication with parents
The additional support to families going through upset or trying
times. I know the school is there to help.
The friendliness of your staff from receptionist to teachers is
amazing, always helpful and willing to help whenever needed.
The intervention groups have had a positive impact on my child's
learning and self esteem.
Good Christian ethos
We asked you what we could do to improve life at school for your child
You told us:
More information on child’s progress rather than just at parents evening
Only one small point - Increase portion size of school meals for older children.
Explanations on some homework as methods used in school today differ from how I was taught so phrases/explanations would be helpful
More competitive sport
More. Idl lessons
The school need more space for teaching - classrooms/private areas for small group teaching.