What do you think of your school?
Staff and Trustees are always keen to listen to children’s views on their experience at school. We are always open to suggestions to continue to make our school even better! At the end of Spring time, a Pupil Survey was carried out to gather your child’s views. We were very pleased with such positive results in all aspects of school life which reflects the hard work and commitment across all stakeholders in school including our staffing team, trustees and parents ensuring your child has a brilliant start to their school journey.
98% of children enjoy school
99% of children find out new things in lessons
98% know what is expected of them in lessons
99% of children are friendly
99% of children feel safe in school
98% of children can talk to an adult if something is worrying them
99% of children have fun at school
100% of children would recommend Harlington to a friend moving in the area
Please see the document below which gives full details of our responses. These results and children’s comments and suggestions will be shared with children during school assembly as well as with our School Council representatives, staff and trustees to make further improvements to school life.
Just before lockdown I met with a group of children who are keen historians and as part of pupil voice I was interested to hear about what they enjoyed about our history curriculum and which skills they felt they develop over the year groups. We had planned to showcase their enthusiasm for history as part of an assembly to parents. Unfortunately, at present we are unable to invite parents into school. Martha and Daisy had worked on a PowerPoint with information about the topics that each year group were involved in. Thank you to Martha, who has kindly edited and finished this for us. Please see PowerPoint below.