Parent / Carer Questionnaire 2017
At Marsh Hill we understand the importance of listening to pupil and parent views. We know that working together we grow from strength to strength in providing the best education for our pupils.
Twice a year we carry out two very important surveys to help with this. One is a pupil survey and the other is for parents. We take the questions from similar Ofsted surveys to help us.
Below you will find the results of our most recent questionnairre. You will see just how many parents are happy with their child's experience of the school and what pupils enjoy most.
We asked our parents ‘What do you like the most about Marsh Hill?’
Below are some of our parents’ comments from our recent survey:
- Everybody is friendly, staff are amazing with the children.
- My child is safe and very happy
- They care about everybody and are very helpful and cooperative
- The information to parents is excellent.
- The opportunities to do extra-curricular activities is excellent
- The school always performs well each year
- It’s diversity with a good mix of communities and cultures.
- Staff are fully committed to their pupils and I can tell my child is making good progress
- Good communication. They welcome me with any issues I raise concerning the children and we both solve them
- Not only focussed on academic but on developing well rounded children
Average satisfied response from parents: 98%
To view the most recent questionnaire click on the link below.
To view previous questionnaires click on the following links below:
Gardening Club Barbeque
Thank you to all the parents of the Gardening Club Pupils whom attended the Barbeque on Thursday afternoon. It was lovely to see you all in school It was clear that the children really appreciated it! We hope that the plants that the children have propagated and taken home will come to fruition over the summer and that you will enjoy your fresh vegetables!
To all parents of pupils with a Special Educational Need in Birmingham Schools
A new three year strategy outlining priorities for SEND and Inclusion has been devised. Currently it is still a draft, parents, teachers and young people are invited to share their thoughts at one of three consultation meetings being held over the next few weeks.
If you would like to find out more about SEND in Birmingham them please click here