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Views Of Our School

At Barons Court Primary School and Nursery we value the views of all of our community. Throughout the school year we ask for feedback from parents and pupils on what we are doing well and for improvements that can be made to make us even better.

Views of our Pupils

What we did in response to last years feedback:

Following our pupil survey in July 2019 we listened and actioned the views of our pupils.  

"We would like more opportunities for cooking within the curriculum." As a school we devised our Food Technology curriculum which provided greater experiences for children to learn to cook, both within the kitchen environment and the outdoors. Throughout the new 2020-2021 year we will continue to implement our cookery lessons and learn the importance of a healthy, balanced diet.

"We would like some more games in the playground at lunchtimes." Throughout the year we worked with the PLT and the School Council to plan and design some new areas within our playground. We have ensured that there are a variety of different zones within our playground for us all to enjoy. 

Views of our Parents

Ofsted's Parent View site allows parents to answer a range of questions in order to monitor how the school is performing. Please create an account and let Ofsted know how we're doing. You can also view what other parents have said. 

Views of our Parents

What we did in response to last years feedback:

Following our parent survey in July 2019 we listened and actioned the views of our parents.  

Including a few more school trips within the academic year -  Parents asked the school to implement a wider variety of trips for the children. We have reviewed our provision and throughout the year every phase enjoyed school trips in addition to our year group residential experiences. Children enjoyed visiting Belfairs Woods, Hadleigh Round House and Duxford.   We also continued to provide our local visits which see children out and about within their local environment on a weekly basis. 

Providing more opportunities for parents to visit the school and learn how to support their child's progress rather than just at learning conferences - We planned and implemented a number of different experiences for parents throughout the academic year. We ran our 'Learning Together' programme for all parents in Phase 2; provided showcase afternoons for parents in Phase 3 and ran Phase 4 parent workshops in the evening. 

Creating more space and implementing more games for the children at playtimes - Throughout the year we worked with the PLT and the School Council to plan and design some new areas within our playground. Different zones within the playground ensure a wide choice of activities for all children to enjoy at playtimes and lunchtimes.

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