End of Year Parent/Carers Evaluation 2018/2019

Royston Primary School

Evaluation Analysis

In June 2019 we sent out parental evaluations. Out of a possible 130 responses, we received 10.

We have analysed the data – please see results below…

 

  Excellent/Big Impact on my child’s learning Good/some impact on my child’s development Very little impact on my child’s learning
School focus on raising attainment in core aspects of literacy and numeracy – are you pleased with your child’s progress?  

80%

 

10%

 

10%

School Improvement focus on play and active learning in P1 and P2?  

80%

 

20%

 

0

Community links (including North Glasgow Community Food Initiative based in school)  

30%

 

40%

 

30%

School Improvement focus on individualised learning records – Snapshots  

60%

 

30%

 

10%

Major focus on Health and well-being (healthy choices awards, activities in class based around mental and emotional health, Quarriers support worker etc)  

70%

 

20%

 

10%

Input from our nurture base – The Orchard (if relevant to your child) 80% 0 20%
Trips and outings 90% 10% 0
Visiting specialists 60% 40% 0
Relationships with own teacher and other staff members 70% 10% 20%
School awards – star and worker of the week   70% 30% 0

 

Nurtured:

The school works hard to make sure everyone feels safe, comfortable

and cared for and I get support if my child has a problem

80% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

20% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Achieving:

Staff know my child as an individual and support them well- encouraging them to learn and do their very best

There are regular opportunities to share success with parents/carers

Staff are interested in my child’s  achievements away from school

 

70% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

30% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Healthy:

The school encourages my child to make  healthy  choices

My child has opportunities to learn about feelings and relationships

My child benefits from activities outside the classroom and clubs

90% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

10% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Active:

My child gets a chance to do things they enjoy at school

My child has the opportunity to plan, make decisions and to share learning

The school encourages everyone to take part in activities that

benefit individuals, the school and the wider community

 

70% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

30% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Respected

My child is  listened to, treated fairly and as an individual in school

The school keeps me well informed about my child’s progress

 

 

60% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

40% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Responsible:

My child is learning to make good decisions and make sensible choices;

The school has high expectations of children’s learning and behaviour

 

90% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

10% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Included:

My child feels they belong in their class and in the school

My child can access help and support if there is a problem

 

90% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

10% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

Safe:

My child feels safe at school

Staff work hard to ensure children feel safe and my child knows who to

go to for help

80% of parents/carers rate this aspect as excellent

20% of parents/carers rate this aspect as good

 

 

NEW PUPIL REPORTING FORMAT

Out of a possible 130 responses, we received 37.

 

How helpful was the report? 89% thought the report was very helpful 9% thought the report was fairly helpful 2% thought the report was not helpful
How much information did the report give? 95% thought the report gave enough information 5% thought the report did not give enough information  
Was the report an accurate reflection of your child? 98% thought the report was an accurate reflection of their child 2% thought the report was not an accurate reflection of their child.  
Is May a good time to receive the full report? 92% thought May was a good time to receive the full report 8% thought May was not a good time to receive the report (However none of the responses indicated when would be a better time to receive the report.)  

 

This presents a very positive school profile and we as staff, pupils and parents/carers together should be very proud.

As a staff team we will be looking at opportunities to improve results even further. Please do engage in communication about any new developments as they arise. Your voice is heard in school and we will always consider comments carefully within the limitations of school, authority and contract.

As always, your continued support is much appreciated.

 

Kind Regards,

Jane McShane

 

Headteacher@royston-pri.glasgow.sch.uk

Head Teacher