Ofsted Parent View

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Ofsted have launched their new parent view website allowing parents to give their views of schools. And anyone can view the results of a school once 3 parents have completed the survey.

Information is gathered by means of a 12 question online survey, answering each question strongly agree to strongly disagree. Here are the questions:

  1. My child is happy at this school
  2. My child feels safe at this school
  3. My child makes good progress at this school
  4. My child is well looked after at this school
  5. My child is taught well at this school
  6. My child receives appropriate homework for their age
  7. This school ensures the pupils are well behaved
  8. This school deals effectively with bullying
  9. This school is well led and managed
  10. This school responds well to any concern I raise
  11. I receive valuable information from the school about my child's progress
  12. I would recommend this school to another parent

The questions are similar but subtly different to the 13 question parental survey undertaken as part of an inspection by Ofsted. See related blog post.

Parents have to register with their email address to take the survey and if they complete the survey more than once per academic year the most recent submission takes precedent.

Here's how the results look:


Survey Questions says
19 November 2012 at 14:25

Its really a good thought of launching the website for the parents, so that the parents can decide on the schools by sharing their thoughts.