Parents Evening Autumn 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strongly Agree

 

Agree

 

 

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

 

 

No.

Perc%

No.

Perc%

Total SA+A %

No.

Perc%

No.

Perc%

Total D+SD %

I was told about how well my child had settled into to his/her new class.

32

80

7

18

98

1

3

 

0

3

The teachers told me what level my child was currently working at and where they needed to be by the end of the year.

28

70

12

30

100

 

0

 

0

0

I was given my child’s next step targets.

27

68

11

28

95

1

3

 

0

3

I was given advice on how I could help my child at home.

30

75

9

23

98

1

3

 

0

3

I was happy with the information I was given about my child.

31

78

9

23

100

 

0

 

0

0

Overall I was happy with how the parents evening ran.

26

65

10

25

90

1

3

1

3

5

                         

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

Overall I was happy with how the parents evening ran. If not please explain why below. 

  • Appointment times not adhered to – increase the time slots so that they don’t over run.
  • 5 minutes is not long enough

 

Please write below any other comments you have about your experience of parents evening below, including any suggestions on how it could be improved further. 

  • Bigger Chairs.
  • An opportunity to look around the teachers areas especially if the appointments are late.
  • Tea and Coffee.
  • More time to talk about my child.
  • Greater times between appointments.
  • 10 minute appointments over more evenings.
  • Thought we’d be told more about SATS.
  • Start earlier or later in the day e.g. after 5pm so that parents have a chance of attending.
  • Opportunities to see more of my children’s work.
  • I was pleased with the information regarding progress and I was pleased how she was settling in.
  • Excellent teachers.
  • Good feedback and advice given on how y child is progressing and how we can help at home.
  • Excellent parents evening. I’m glad my son has settled in and likes his new class teacher.
  • Good conversations and specific actions discussed rather than generic comments.