Parents’ View Questionnaire  –

Nov 2021

 

Yes

 

No

Well Being

My child enjoys school

100%

0%

My child is happy at school

100%

0%

E-Safety Questions

Does your child use the internet at home? (Online gaming, websites, social media etc.)

75%

25%

Do you supervise your child when they are online at home?

100%

0%

Are you aware of the websites/internet areas they are accessing?

100%

0%

Are you aware of the ways in which children and adults can report e-safety concerns in the wider community?

75%

25%

Have you attended a parent information session about e-safety at school?

44%

56%

Social, Moral, Spiritual, Cultural and Modern Britain

I value the importance of school trips.

100%

0%

I like the ethos that promotes: acceptance, family & belonging.

100%

0%

School promotes good British Values through displays and also activities for pupils such as (Democracy Day/visits from Mayor and the Bishop of Lynn).

100%

0%

Sport / PE /Health

My child enjoys P.E

100%

0%

My child attends a sports clubs.

81%

19%

My child feels healthy.

100%

0%

My child drinks water or milk in school every day.

100%

0%

My child enjoys swimming.

100%

0%

My child participates in the daily mile walk/run.

87%

13%

 

 

 

Pastoral Support /Safety

My child is confident that should they have a problem, they can talk to a teacher who will listen to them.

100%

0%

Should I have a concern about my child in school, I know I can talk to the class teacher.

100%

0%

I feel confident that the school environment is a safe environment for my child.

100%

0%

I am informed appropriately if there are any issues regarding my child.

100%

0%

 

 

 

FOLLOW UP: Have you attended a parent information session about e-safety at school?

ACTION: Because 56% said “No” we sent out text, email and letter signposting them to the school E-Safety webpage.  We also sent home with all children an E-Safety information sheet for parents. Normally we would invite parents in to school to attend an e-safety workshop, but due to COVID-19 restrictions we were unable to at this time.

Are you aware of the ways in which children and adults can report e-safety concerns in the wider community?

ACTION: Because 25% said “No” we sent out text, email and letter signposting them to the school E-Safety webpage.  We also sent home with all children an E-Safety information sheet for parents. Normally we would invite parents in to school to attend an e-safety workshop, but due to COVID-19 restrictions we were unable to at this time.