Democracy at Marsh Hill
All pupils and staff voted this week for our Anti– bullying ambassadors.
Results of the election will be announced shortly.
Parent Questionnaire 2015 Results
The results of the questionnaire (from 90 parents) are displayed below. The survey was undertaken in order to ascertain Parental Views about the school within a number of key aspects. In addition, parents also had the opportunity to add personal comments about Marsh Hill Primary. All parents are reminded that if they have any worries or concerns that they must not hesitate to contact the school.
|98% of parents say that their child is happy at this school.|
|100% of parents say that their child feels safe at Marsh Hill Primary.|
|98% of parents say that their child makes good progress at this school.|
|98% of parents say that their child is taught well at Marsh Hill.|
|98% of parents say that the school ensures their child is well looked after.|
|96% of parents say that their child receives appropriate homework for his/her age.|
|98% of parents say that the school ensures that children are well behaved.|
|98% of parents say that the school deals effectively with bullying.|
|98% of parents say that the school is well led and managed.|
|100% of parents say that the school responds well to any concerns they raise.|
|98% of parents say that they receive valuable information from school about their child's progress.|
|98% of parents say that they would recommend this school to another parent.|
|98% of parents say that meetings between parents and teachers are helpful and informative.|
|96% of parents say that the school has explained how they can help their child's learning at home.|
|96% of parents say that the school is good at keeping parents in touch with what is going on.|
|100% of parents say that their child enjoys taking part in special days, events, visits and extracurricular activities .|
|96% of parents say that their Marsh Hill has a good reputation in the community.|
|98% of parents say that the website and newsletter gives them regular information they need about the school.|
|86% of parents say that they are happy with the choice and nutritional value of school meals.|
|96% of parents say that overall they are happy with their child’s experience at Marsh Hill.|
Marsh Hill Dragons Den
Following the workshops with Lloyd's Bank Employees to produce a product to help defeat bullying behaviour in schools the four winning innovative teams presented their ideas to the 'Dragon's Den' in a bid for the funds to put their ideas into practice! The Dragon's were; Mrs Douglas, Ms Arshad (Parent Governor) Mr Brewer and Mr Tsim from Lloyds. Mr Tsim said "The presentations were very professionally presented and I was genuinely impressed by the children's concepts" Mr Tsim took his copy of the presentations to show the Staff at Lloyds and as a consequence of this Lloyds have agreed to support the funding for the winning concept as they too were overwhelmed by the quality of the children's work! We are very proud of all the children in Years 4, 5 and 6 for their participation in this element of the Anti-bullying Strategy and the winning Team and their idea will be announced after the Anti-bullying rally next Friday (27th March).