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Surveys

 As part of our School improvement process we regularly survey pupils, parents and carers to find out their views so we can constantly improve our school.

Pupil Survey 2015

 

‘The best thing about Collis is being with my teacher and being in the garden and the playground.’

 

‘I wouldn’t change anything. School’s not good, it’s great.’

 

'The playground because the feild is colossal!'

 

 'It is a fun safe place to be and everyone is happy I enjoy our lessons  WW2 was really interesting as well  doing aboriginal art as art if my best subject as well as literacy.'

 

 

For the detailed report click below:

Parent/Carer report 2014

 

‘Our child has never not wanted to go to school which is fantastic. I know our child feels safe, happy challenged and interested with the day’s events.’

 

‘There are many opportunities to develop new interests at Collis. The school is well run with excellent communication systems in place.’

 

‘Excellent teaching staff and the school is well led from the top. The balance between academic achievement, nurture and other aspects of learning (sports etc) is very good for my daughter.’

 

For the detailed report click below:
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As well as our school carrying out our own surveys Ofsted also have a website where you as parents can give your views on our school. Parent View replaces the Parental Questionnaire used before inspections. Parents of children in school must register with Ofsted first before using the site. Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school.

 

By sharing your views, you will be helping Collis to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about our school.

 

The Ofsted site requires your email address and a password to complete the questionnaire. Before registering please read the Ofsted "Terms of Use." Ofsted store email addresses in order to ensure people cannot make multiple entries from the same email address. Schools will not have access to any email addresses and all results will remain anonymous.

 

Ofsted do make it clear that the preferred method for dealing with a concern is to talk to the school first.

Thank you for taking the time to give your views Collis

 

To register click on the link here: http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

 

Ofsted state that "Parent View is not a method for complaining or sharing individual concerns about a school with Ofsted."