The Summer term is on us already and there are lots of exciting activities planned for all children in school. The weather is unpredictable so please send your child in for all eventualities. Thank you.

Woodlea Junior School

Parental Questionnaire

Results of the Parental Questionnaire, March 2015
Thank you to everyone who completed the Parent’s Questionnaire. Here are the results.
We are extremely pleased with the positive response received and thank you for your continued support as our school moves forward.
Question Strongly
Agree / Agree
Disagree Strongly Disagree Don’t know
My child feels happy and safe in school 100%      
My child knows they can turn to an adult for help should they need it 100%      
The school encourages my child to be independent and self-sufficient 100%      
The school has high expectations and encourages my child to work to their best ability 96%   4%  
I feel welcome in school 100%      
The school encourages parental support 100%      
My child is set work at an appropriate level and challenges them to think 100%      
My child is set an appropriate amount of homework 92% 4%    
Homework enables my child to improve their knowledge, understanding and skills 96%   4%  
My child enjoys their learning and is encouraged to share their learning with me 96% 4%    
I am well informed of the progress my child is making in school 96%   4%  
I know what my child needs to do to make further progress in their learning. 100%      
The school is well led and managed 92% 4%   4%
My child is taught how to stay safe and to be healthy 88%     12%
The children are well behaved in school and there are high expectations of pupil behaviour 92% 4%   4%
My child is taught to have respect for others 96%     4%
There are a good range of extra-curricular activities 100%      
My child is given praise when they achieve or work hard 100%      
The school values good attendance and punctuality 100%      
The website is informative about the life of the school 84% 8%   8%
School newsletters are informative 96%     4%
The school seeks the views of children 96%     4%