In March 2021 we asked parents and carers for feedback on how they felt the school had handled remote learning provision during the lockdowns.
Firstly, on behalf of the Governing Body I would like to express our thanks to everyone who responded. We had a total of 134 responses to the survey for Years 1-6, and 26 for Foundation Stage - which represents an excellent level of engagement and helps us to really have confidence that our results and analysis represent the whole parent community.
Secondly, I would like to record my personal thanks to our governor, Nicky Smith, who painstakingly analysed the results and has produced the two Powerpoint presentations which you can download using the links below.
Encouragingly, the overall view of parents seems to be that the school was quick to implement alternative online provision, and on the whole the communications sent out were clear. The amount of work set was generally found to be at the right level, although children and parents would like to have seen more face-to-face contact with teachers. The results make for fascinating reading and I hope you will take the time to look through them.
Clearly, further lockdowns are the last thing that the school community wants - but in the event that they are necessary - your feedback will be invaluable in informing how the school implements remote provision in the future.
With thanks from the Governing Body
Chair of Governors, April 2021