One of the ways we continue to improve at St Joseph’s is to work closely with our parents and carers and encouraging feedback on a regular basis. Our Parent Questionnaires are one way for parents to give us their feedback which will allow us to not only continue to build on the positives but also build on the areas where there may be areas for development.

Parent Questionnaire Evaluation December 2017

We hold regular Show and Share sessions in school where we invite our parents/carers into school to join in with our lessons and embark on a learning journey with their child.  These sessions offer an insight in to the way we teach here at St Joseph’s and provides some fun and exciting ways to support learning at home! Below are some of the feedback summaries from these sessions.

Y1 Show and Share Summary Jan 2018

Y3 Show and Share Parent Questionnaire 2018

Y4 Show and Share February 2018

Transition Survey FS1

FS2 Autumn Term 2016 Phonics Show & Share Summary

Y6 Spring Term 2017 Maths Show and Share Summary

Y1 Show and Share evaluated Jan 2018

We value the voice of each and every pupil at our school and their feedback is important in helping us to continue to make improvements with our children at the heart of all that we do. Through pupil questionnaires given out at various points during the year, it adds to the conversations we have with our children and with this, we are able to listen to their thoughts, continue to build on the positives and address areas of need.

We summarise these and include the analysis and outcomes below.

Year 6 Pupil Results Spring 1 Questionnaires

2 pupils from every year group from FS2- Year 6 were asked to complete this music questionnaire. Please follow the link below to see the analysis.

Music 2017- 18 questionnaires analysis

2 pupils from every year group from Year 1-6 were asked to complete a questionnaire regarding singing hymns in collective worship and assembly in school. Please find below the findings and analysis of this.

hymns in assembly collective worship questionnaires analysis