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Rosslyn Park

Primary & Nursery School

"Aspire to reach higher; be the best that you can be"

Parents Survey Results

Wednesday 11th January


Parents Survey Results


Dear Parents/Carers,


Thank you to those parents who completed the Parents Survey that was sent out to parents towards the end of last term.


In total we received 129 responses with the feedback being overwhelmingly positive. It was incredibly pleasing to see that 94% of parents indicated that their child is happy at school with 92% of parents telling us that their child is safe at school.


The survey also highlighted that in many areas more parents agree or strongly agree than they did in our last survey from Autumn 2021. This includes 85% of parents stating that school makes sure children are well behaved compared to 78% in 2021. Additionally, there was an increase in parents agreeing that the school has high expectations for their children.


The purpose of the survey was to find out in which areas parents felt the school was doing well but also whether there were any areas that could be improved.  One area where fewer parents agreed or strongly agreed was around keeping parents informed about what their child is learning throughout the year. This dipped slightly from 83% agreeing they are kept informed in 2021 to 80% in 2022.


In order to improve this and ensure parents are well informed about their child’s learning we will be doing a number of things across the year. Firstly, teachers will send out Curriculum Maps every half-term which will give an overview of everything your child is learning. If you would like more detailed information about each subject your child is studying then this can be found on the school website:


In addition to our parents survey we also regularly complete pupils surveys gathering children’s opinions about the school. These have also been overwhelmingly positive. The vast majority of children say that they enjoy school, feel challenged in lessons but also receive support when they need it and know who talk to if something worries them. As pleased as we are at the outcomes of both pupil and parents surveys we will continue to address those areas identified for improvement.



Thank you


Mr S. Mason

Head Teacher