Parent Surveys and Ofsted Parent View

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We've added a useful new report into our parent survey results. It takes your results from one of our parent surveys lists them against the Ofsted 'Parent View' questions for comparison.

The views of parents collected through Parent view are often from the vocal minority and could skew the view that an Ofsted Inspector forms of the school. Conducting your own parent survey which is likely to have a much higher response rate is a great way to put things into perspective.

The questions parents are asked by Ofsted are as follows:

  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

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