At St Andrew's Church School, we pride ourselves on connecting with parents to enable the continued improvement of all aspects of our school. We regularly and routinely engage with you for feedback in a timely manner.
We surveyed our parents and carers in Summer 2018 for their feedback and comments on St Andrew’s School. We were thrilled with their responses.
Click on the following link to view/download a copy of the Parent & Carer Questionnaire:
Parent/Carer questionnaire 2018
This year’s pupil questionnaire will follow shortly.
Click on the following links to view previous Pupil and Parent & Carer Questionnaires:
Parent/Carer questionnaire 2017
Here are a few of the comments we received:
“It is lovely to be part of a school where all the staff are so upbeat all of the time.”
“I am so pleased with the advice and help I have received. My child was very nervous and unsettled when starting school but now he enjoys coming to school every day.”
“I’m so happy with this school and all the teachers are absolutely wonderful!”
“I have always been impressed with how inclusive the St Andrew’s community is in terms of a Church school. The children are allowed to explore various belief systems which is important to our family.”
“We were made to feel so welcome when we arrived at St Andrew’s by all the staff, and the children settled really quickly.”
“We love the artistic aspects of the school: drama at the Egg Theatre, Dance Umbrella and the choir … School Without Walls and forest school are fantastic learning opportunities outside the classroom.”
“I think my child’s progress is amazing – big, big thank you.”
“The links with St Swithin’s are great and there is a lot of cross over in terms of families between the church and the school … there is a real sense of community and we as a family really value that, thank you.”
“Our child required additional help and has been well looked after by the school. St Andrew’s has worked with us to help form strategies to help my child. We are very pleased with the support we have received.”
“My child’s teacher is the best ever and Mrs East is the ace-est head in Britain.”