We recognise that a school should meet the needs of the community that it serves.
At Limpsfield Junior School we feel that it is important to gather the thoughts and views of our children and of our parents. We endeavour to have an open culture where children and parents are welcome to meet with staff to discuss issues or concerns that they have. Alongside this, the school council is a mechanism for children to communicate directly with school leaders and our parent partnership also provides opportunities for parents to talk with class teachers. To further gather views we also periodically use questionnaires to collect information about the school. These questionnaires may involve all children and parents but may also be targeted at different groups. This information is very useful to us as it allows us to recognise what we are doing well and areas that we can improve on. This page has the outcomes of these questionnaires.
Growth Mindset and Attitudes to Learning Survey
A survey was conducted across the school to determine pupil attitudes towards their learning. The survey particularly focused on pupil independence, their attitudes to making mistakes and what they understood by the term ‘Growth Mindset.
SEN Parent Voice Questionnaire Outcomes
We asked parents to provide us with feedback in regards to our Special Educational Needs provision. The outcomes of this questionnaire are available here.