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Parent View

We welcome parent feedback and are always looking to see areas of strength at Penwortham and things we can develop further. Please complete our current surveys below. You can also see feedback from our latest parent survey, which was fantastic to read. Thank you for sharing your views. 

These are some of the things you said we do well:

 ‘Very good relationship between the school and parents which makes it feel like one family.'

'Friendly warm teachers, happy children'

'Our son looks forward to school and that is fantastic.'

'Our children are happy and enjoy their lessons and love their teachers'

'Teaching balanced respect and children’s rights

'Taking care of the students and keeping them safe’

‘Good variety of trips and topics’

 'Helping to keep children safe online and off’

'Staff seems happy and well supported.’

‘Teachers are so friendly and communicative with the kids and parents as well. I am so pleased with my kid’s progress, well done’

'Penwortham  is a brilliant and safe learning environment for our children.Teachers are welcoming and friendly'

‘Everything’ (this was said a number of times – thank you)

‘Good communication,’ (this was mentioned a number of times – thank you)

‘Motivating children’

 ‘Great visibility with leadership’

Current Surveys - Please complete

Parent View - Your child's school

We are carrying out a survey into our communication systems at school to see how we can develop them further. Please complete using the form below. 

 

 

Previous Surveys - Your Feedback

Thank you for completing our parent survey and sharing your views with us.  

Here is the data from our survey from Parents' Evening in the Autumn term. 

Question

Percentage strongly agree or agree

My child is happy and enjoys school

87%

Communication is good

75%

My child is making good progress at school

85%

The school is led and managed effectively

80%

My child feels safe at school

90%

The school cares about my child’s personal development and well-being

86%