Parent/Carer Survey - November 2022

What does the school do well to include parents in their child’s education?

  • The school put the children first. They go above and beyond to support the child and their needs
  • The regular communications via the newsletter and having open and honest conversations with the teachers. The weekly stay and read sessions are lovely too
  • Weekly parent reading sessions, updates through tapestry account, personal updates if anything more important. Sessions for course discussions, events like stay and play sessions
  • They love parents feedback and have actually opened an opportunity for parent on the governing body

Please share here any other comments you would like to add regarding your child's school.

  • We are new to the country and this is my child's first school. I am happy we chose this school. The addmision process was made as smooth as possible for us (Thanks to Umbreen Azim and Maha) the admin and teaching staff are cordial and pay personal attention to our child's need and learning. I was happily surprised to know that each staff member knows about the kid, the family and they acknowledge the special need or request. Note - I have seen the principal Mr. Booth participating in the class events and communicating , chatting with kids , this gesture really build our trust as parents. Kudos to Salisbury Manor school!!!
  • All round brilliant school being a disabled parent I can sometimes feel a little out of sorts but my children’s school make me feel as welcome as they can and make it easy for me to approach with any worries or concerns
  • I am really thankful from respectable teacher it is just been one year that at your school I can see my can read and a little bit writing too
  • It is a good school, I am happy with this school
  • The school is very welcoming and helpful I have a child with health care needs and they have done all they can to meet the standards of my child's care when she is at school
  • An amazing school. Fantastic staff. Would highly recommend

Communication between the school and parents. Day-to-day communication with my child’s school

  1. The school is good at letting me know about my child’s achievements - 89% Positive (71% 2021)
  2. The school is good at letting me know important information, e.g. about school events and dates - 89% Positive (83% 2021)
  3. It is easy to speak to the school about my child when I need to - 96% Positive (80% 2021)
  4. If I contact the school to tell them about my child, I am confident that this will be acted on appropriately - 93% Positive (82% 2021)

Communication between the school and parents. The usefulness of communication from my child’s school

  1. School reports are easy for me to understand - 100% Positive (87% 2021)
  2. School reports contain useful information that I can act on to help my child - 93% Positive (76% 2021)
  3. School reports are well timed and allow me to take action to help my child - 93% Positive (67% 2021)
  4. Parents' evenings provide me with helpful information about my child’s education - 100% Positive (89% 2021)
  5. I feel confident discussing my child’s education at parents’ evenings - 100% Positive (95% 2021)

Supporting my child at home

  1. The school makes it easy for me to find out what my child is learning, so that I can support their learning at home - 86% Positive (72% 2021)
  2. I feel confident supporting my child’s learning at home - 100% Positive (83% 2021)
  3. The homework my child is given helps their learning - 95% Positive

Supporting my child at home - expectations

  1. It is important to me that my child attends school every day - 95% Positive 
  2. I believe that working hard at school is important for my child’s future - 100% Positive (95% 2021)

Mutual trust

  1. I feel welcome in my child’s school - 95% Positive (81% 2021)
  2. My child’s teacher(s) treat me with respect - 100% Positive (88% 2021)
  3. The school has a clear understanding of my child’s needs - 95% Positive (73% 2021)
  4. My child is safe at school - 100% Positive (85% 2021)
  5. My child’s school is an inspiring place to learn - 90% Positive 
  6. I would recommend the school to family and friends - 90% Positive
  7. I feel that I can raise any issue about my child with school staff - 95% Positive 
  8. My child’s teacher(s) values my input, e.g. if I share information about where I think my child might be struggling - 90% Positive 

Important aspects of schooling

  1. How well do you think your school does in quality of teaching? - 89% Positive 
  2. How well do you think your school does in academic performance? - 88% Positive 

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