SJCR Parent Surveys
Parent Survey Results
We regularly ask parents to complete surveys covering a range of issues. The feedback we receive is important to us and helps to shape future planning. Below you can see examples of how we have been incorporating survey findings into our work.
In response to feedback, we focused on improving communications with parents with improvements in the use of our website and social media. We also increased the frequency of the headteacher’s letters.
We also worked hard to improve the enrichment offer and to share this with students and parents. In January 88% of you agreed that the offer was good with only 7% not being aware of what was on offer, an improvement upon the previous year. Please note that we publish an updated programme for clubs and enrichment activities on our website each term.
You can download the June 2018 whole school survey here.
We are focusing on homework and independent learning. Although in January 2019 89% agreed that students are getting appropriate homework, we feel we can do better. We have had a big push in school to get students to use their planners effectively and to plan their homework. Please help us to monitor that your child is completing homework. Students will write their homework in their planners and we ask that you check the planner each week and sign. The tutor does the same.
In some year groups we are focusing on raising awareness of how to respond to bullying. Levels are low, however we want to ensure that all students know how to respond and that they understand what bullying truly is and the impact it can have. We will be running an anti-bullying week as well as other initiatives.
You can download the January 2019 whole school survey here.
There are many very positive aspects to our school. It is very important, however, that we do not rest on our laurels and that we continue to work together in partnership to ensure that Sir John Cass Red Coat continues to be an outstanding school.
We will update parents/carers about survey outcomes in the fortnightly headteacher’s letters.