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Copyright - Toddington St George
Church of England School - 2017
Manor Road, Toddington, Bedfordshire, LU5 6AJ  Tel: 01525 872360
Academy Company Number  
08285812
“TSG - the place to be!”



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1     



My child enjoys school



86 70%



36 30%



100%









2     



The school keeps my child safe



94 77%



27 22%



99%



1* 1%






3     



My child is making progress at Toddington St George Church of England Lower school



88 72%



33 27%



99%









4     



The school helps my child to have a healthy lifestyle



73 60%



45 37%



97%



2


 2%






5     



The school informs me about my child’s progress, through informal chats, at parent meetings, consultations and through annual reports at the end of the academic year



73 60%



46 38%



98%



3* 2%






6     



The school expects my child to work hard and do his or her best



84 69%



37 30%



99%









7     



The school sets appropriate homework for my child



57 47%



58 48%



95%



3


2%



1


1%



8     



The school makes sure that my child is well prepared for the future (for example changing year group, changing school)



90 74%



32 26%



100%









9     



There is a good range of activities including trips or visits for my child to take part in



84 69%



37 30%



99%



1


1%






10  



The school treats my child fairly and with respect



94 77%



28 23%



100%









11  



The school meets my child’s particular needs



84 69%



35 29%



98%



3* 2%






12  



Parents and carers with children who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities


The school informs me about the types of support available for my child’s particular needs



6


5%



5


4%



9%









13  



Parents and carers with children who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities


The school provides specialist support for my child’s particular needs



6


 5%



4


3%



8%









14  



Parents and carers with children who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities


The school informs me how the specialist provision is helping my child to progress



6


5%



5


4%



9%









15  



The school deals effectively with unacceptable behaviour



62 51%



48 39%



90%



6* 5%






16  



The school has appropriate procedures for dealing with complaints



47 39%



58 48%



87%









17  



The school takes account of my suggestions and concerns



60 49%



52 43%



92%



1


1%






18  



The school is led and managed effectively



99 81%



23 19%



100%








19


Overall, I am happy with my child’s experience at this school



97 80%



24 20%



99%



1* 1%





Parents Survey and feedback
Thank you to all the parents who took part in the school survey. The results of the survey are summarised below. Feedback was very positive and there were some very helpful comments on the questionnaires. As ever we take all your comments seriously and will build on these by discussing them at the school Parents Forum to see how any further improvements can be made for children and Parents. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.
Parents Survey 2012
Following the survey Mrs Spencer, the Headteacher, held a Parents information session at the start of the 2012-13 year to explain a number of key issues that arose from the survey. In particular the information about priorities for the year ahead was shared and she also explained again details about how children’s progress will be shared at Parent Consultations. The two most recent awards (the Healthy School Award and the International Schools Award ) received last year. She also explained about the other school awards (Silver Eco award, Arts mark, Active mark and our Olympic ”Get Set” status). The current data for the school was shared, how the prospectus can give you information about the policies mentioned in the survey and practical examples about how we reward and encourage learning and behaviour in school.

This survey has also led to the creation of the Parents Forum - see also here