Parental Feedback

The views of parents are important to us as a school community. We are beginning to routinely seek parents' views at each of the parent consultation evenings.

We have asked parents a number of key questions about school performance. Responses could be one of the five indicated below:

Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither agree nor disagree Agree Strongly agree

 

In each of the year group tabs we have summarised parents' responses. We have provided the overall percentage of parents who, in responding to the questionnaire, indicated an 'agree' or 'strongly agree' response.

Year 7

 Question

 % Agree

 I am satisfied with the quantity of homework my child receives each week

88%

 I believe there is a clear Christian ethos in and around the school

88%

 Teachers at The King's expect my child to work hard in each lesson

97%

 I believe that my child is well taught at The King's

97%

 My child regularly receives feedback on their written work

94%

 My child knows what to do in order to make progress in lessons

94%

 My child knows and understands the Behaviour for Learning Policy

100%

 I receive regular and informative updates about my child’s progress

97%

 My child feels safe at The King’s

94%

Year 8

 Question  % Agree
 I am satisfied with the quantity of homework my child receives each week 73%
 I believe that there is a clear Christian ethos in and around the school 93%
 Teachers at The King’s expect my child to work hard each lesson 100%
 I believe that my child is well taught at The King’s 100%
 My child regularly receives feedback on their written work 100%
 My child knows what to do in order to make progress in lessons 100%
 My child knows and understands the Behaviour for Learning Policy 100%
 I receive regular and informative updates about my child’s progress 93%
 My child feels safe at The King’s 86%

 

Year 9

Question

% Agree

I am satisfied with the quantity of homework my child receives each week

78%

I believe that there is a clear Christian ethos in and around the school

89%

Teachers at The King’s expect my child to work hard each lesson

95%

I believe that my child is well taught at The King’s

100%

My child regularly receives feedback on their written work

95%

My child knows what to do in order to make progress in lessons

89%

My child knows and understands the Behaviour for Learning Policy

95%

I receive regular and informative updates about my child’s progress

94%

My child feels safe at The King’s

95%

Year 10

Question

% Agree

I am satisfied with the quantity of homework my child receives each week

84%

I believe that there is a clear Christian ethos in and around the school

96%

Teachers at The King’s expect my child to work hard each lesson

96%

I believe that my child is well taught at The King’s

100%

My child regularly receives feedback on their written work

100%

My child knows what to do in order to make progress in lessons

82%

My child knows and understands the Behaviour for Learning Policy

100%

I receive regular and informative updates about my child’s progress 100%

My child feels safe at The King’s

92%

Watch Me Learn

‘Watch Me Learn’ Parental Feedback - November 2018

Parents from Year 7 were invited into school to watch their child in an English lesson, where the students undertook tasks such as creative writing and exploring characters from the work of authors such as Roald Dahl.

100% of the parents agreed that the lessons were organised.

90% of the parents agreed that the lessons were challenging for the students.

100% of the parents agreed that the students were engaged in the lesson.

100% of the parents agreed that the behaviour of the students allowed for effective learning.

100% of the parents enjoyed watching the lesson.

All of the parents involved noted that they would be interested in other ‘Watch me Learn’ sessions.

Comments   
“A fantastic environment for the children to learn and thrive”.

 “Impressed by the disciplined yet relaxed atmosphere in the classroom”

“It was lovely to see how the students were able to work as a team”.

“Excellently structured lesson, which prevents the class from getting bored”.