Parental Survey Feedback October 2019

We asked parents – What are we doing well?

  • Supportive and improved communication through letters.
  • You’re working really hard in pushing the children to give children a great start towards a bright future.
  • Communicating with parents, creating a fun and friendly environment for the children.
  • Keeping parents informed of changes and updated on the progress of the children.
  • Giving children more opportunities to learn new skills.
  • I like the range of clubs that are provided.
  • Teaching and Supporting the children as it should be done.
  • The Learning for Life sessions are amazing.
  • My children come home and talk about their learning.
  • The children have also commented how great the school is and want to go to school every day.
  • Expectations for behaviour are high and consequences have had a big impact in the classroom.
  • Knowledge organisers and learning goals have been very helpful for both parents and children. Overall, I am very happy with my children attending Beaumont School and have recommended it to other parents. Thank you for all your hard work.
  • Every area, meal times, after school clubs, school start/finish times, communication, newsletters and most certainly the website!
  • I find the admin team super helpful so thank you for being so patient and informative. What a great school and great team!
  • Dojo incentives to get children to read is great, it motivates them to pick up a book every day.
  • Implementing positive changes.
  • Home learning is just right, too much previous years.
  • I really like that the children aren’t allow to leave at the end of the day until a parent is spotted.
  • I like the use of Twitter for sharing learning ideas.
  • I like the fact that children are encouraged to develop good morals and greater focus on life skills through Learning for Life.
  • Creating an atmosphere of enjoyment and excitement for learning.
  • Encouraging reading, clubs, constant need to improve.
  • Engaging parents and children to achieve high standards are expected.
  • Children being at the centre of everything you do.
  • Supporting parents so that we can help our children.
  • The new introduction to comprehension at an earlier age this year.
  • My child is happy and challenged at school, she comes home enthusiastic about her day.