At Hurworth Primary School, our children are at the heart of everything we do. We aim to make our school as engaging as possible for our pupils, and to help us achieve this we gather as much feedback as possible. Below are the results of our most recent Pupil Voice surveys.
Pupil Views: Our School Described in One Word…
Pupil Views: “I Like Best”
Here are some of the responses from our children when asked what they like best about being a pupil at Hurworth Primary School.
Pupil Views: “I Think We Could Improve”
We also asked pupils what could be done to improve their school life. Here are some of the suggestions made as well as some actions to be considered to help us improve.
Pupil Views: Pupil Questionnaire Analysis
The table below provides an overview of the results of recent Pupil Questionnaires, as well as key information on how they have improved and what actions are to be taken to improve further.
Improvements since the last survey:
- Teachers helping children to understand
- Children recommending school
- Children feeling safer
- More children know there are people to talk to (still work is ongoing)
- Children feel more challenged
- More children say they are enjoying school (increased by 5%)
- More children say that school encourages them to be healthy
- Less children say bullying is a problem
- More children like to take part in lunch/after school clubs
Key Actions for Staff:
- Review whole school behaviour –
- Find out more – is it in class, outside, transition points?
- Assembly led by HOS
- Behaviour Learning Walk
- Behaviour policy review
- ‘Everyone’s responsibility’
- Explore extended curriculum further