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Parent Surveys

A survey to find out the opinions of Parents and Carers regarding various aspects of school life is undertaken at each Year Group Parents’ Evening.  The responses are used to help measure the performance of St Bede’s and help focus the school’s  future development. The charts illustrate the responses to the questions asked in the surveys, the paper copies of the surveys are retained in school.  The questions are the same as those asked by Ofsted on their own Parent View website.

Please click the links below to download the latest results from our Parent Surveys:

2022 /23



See below for just a selection of comments from our parents during our feedback sessions:

“I am very happy with the feedback I have from school. My child is doing very well at school and achieving, I cannot fault St Bede’s."

“Very happy with everything, Thank you.”

“My daughter is doing very well and the Teachers know their subjects and pupils very well.”

“St Bede’s is an amazing school. I am proud that my children are students here. Thank you.”

“We are very happy with our daughter’s progress at this school.”

“Very happy with the understanding and flexibility offered by the school and staff.”

“My child has autism, but I have no problems with my son coming to this school. They have dealt with all of my concern. Thank you.”

“Very proud of my child’s progress. Teachers are very supportive, excellent report, proud of my daughter.”

“We are so happy that my child attends this school. He is always happy here.”

“My child is enjoying school and learning.”

“Pleased with my child's progress and teaching.”

“My child is doing extremely well and I couldn’t be happier for him at this stage. Many thanks to the fabulous teaching staff here at St Bede’s.”

“My child is doing well in school, always willing to learn in all of her classes.”

“I really appreciate how the school work, well organised.”

“Fabulous school! So proud that our daughter attends St Bede’s.”

“ My child has made an excellent start to life at St Bedes. He feels safe and happy and loves all his lessons and feels the same about his teachers. He has embraced all the sporting opportunities both in school and at after school clubs.”