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Feedback from parents and visitors



At Chalgrove Community Primary School we always welcome ideas, comments and general feedback from parents and carers.


'Focus group' meetings are held every couple of months, one at 2pm and another at 6pm, where parents and carers are invited to join Miss Quarrell (Headteacher) to talk about developments within the school.


The meeting provides an excellent opportunity for parents to express their views on new ideas and proposals, aswell as highlight any issues and raise general points for discussion. It is an invaluable way for the school to receive direct feedback on what's working well and what could be improved.

Everyone is welcome to come along to the meetings. Look out for future dates in the school newsletters.


If you can't make it along to a meeting but would like to have your say on school issues, you can speak with any member of teaching staff or email us at any time with your comments.

If you would like to share your opinions or suggestions on any of the above, please talk to Miss Quarrell directly (her door is always open!) or email us at


We would like to hear from parents their thoughts and opinions on how and when we report information to them about their children. It will only take about 2 minutes, and will be really appreciated.


Recent feedback and responses


You told us that there was a safety issue crossing the road to school in the mornings due to parked vehicles obstructing vision of the road.

We have contacted the owner of the white van and he has agreed not to park it on the road between 8:30-9:15am. 


Parent Feedback 2014-2015



Parents’ evening in September is too early

The first parents’ evening will take place in October.  The second parents’ evening will take place in January.

A third parents’ evening would be useful to find out how your child is progressing

An optional third parents’ evening will take place in March 2016

Class newsletters are an effective method of communication, but give you little time to prepare if they are handed out at the beginning of term

All further newsletters will be sent at the end of term ready for the next


Email communication is convenient and effective

Set up class email lists so that newsletters and educational visit letters can be sent out electronically, as well as uploaded to the school website, and sent out on paper

- Class email lists created

Making progress towards sending letters electronically. 



Mid-year reports would be helpful to keep you updated on your child’s progress

A mid-term report summary will be sent out in March 2016


Homework provides an insight into what your child is learning in class

Revise homework policy

In progress


More feedback and answers will be added shortly. Please check back to this page.