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Survey 2021-22 

 

Thank to you all for your responses to this years Survey.

We ask you what you felt the most important skills you wanted your child to learn. Here are the results:

What do I want my child to learn ?

Parents Wish for Pupils Learning

Percentage Identified

Communication

46%

Life Skills

30%

Independence

24%

Money

16.2%

Reading

5.4%

Writing

5.4%

Its great to see that the areas you feel are important are important to us too. The skills below are considered the key learning priorities! We teach our children all these skills and more across an exciting curriculum. Have a look on your child’s class pages for this year’s topics.

 

We asked you how well supported you felt during Lockdown and over 84% of you said you felt well supported and given enough work to complete with your child.

Survey 2020-21

Thanks to all parents who conttributed to our survey we had 49  responses which gives us a great idea of how we are doing and what areas we need to focus on. 

We are also interested in relation to what are the most important skills for your children to learn and this will be the focus for the next survey we send out.

We need to work with you all to actively develop our after school provision. We currently run a Football Club on Monday after school. Other clubs we run include wellbeign groups and Film Club. For more information speak wiht Jackie.

 

 

2019-20 Response to Questionnaires

 

 A huge thank you to all parents who supported us in responding to the questionnaire at the beginning of the year - 70% of you returned the form which is amazing!

The results, which are now published are fantastic and the number of positive comments received are overwhelming.  As a school and in consultation with governors we will now be looking carefully at your feedback and addressing the areas you highlighted for us to develop.

 

Headline Results :

All parents agreed the following :

  • Your child is safe and well cared for
  • Your child is taught well
  • School reports progress well
  • School is well led
  • School addresses your child's needs
  • Your child is treated fairly

Points for Action :

  • Helping parents understand how we help pupils to understand how to improve their work
  • Developing extended provision and clubs

 

 

 

Contact Us

Mayfield Special School
Gloucester Road,
Chorley, PR7 3HN
Ian Dickson | Acting Head Teacher 01257 263 063