At Milton Primary we strongly believe in listening to all our stakeholders. Parents are a crucial part of a child’s education and the wider success of our school. We love to receive feedback, whether it is to tell us about all the positive things we are doing, or to highlight areas where we may need some improvement. We use this feedback combined with feedback from children, staff, governors and the wider community, to inform our decisions and to make Milton Primary the best school it can possibly be. There are a number of ways you can let us know your thoughts about our school:
The children are brought out at the end of the day by their class teacher, or teaching support assistant. This is a good opportunity to quickly mention something relating to your child. Please ensure the class teacher has safely dismissed all children in their care before speaking to them.
Make an appointment
Sometimes you may wish to discuss an issue in more depth and we would ask you to either talk directly to your child’s class teacher to arrange an appointment or contact the school office who will be more than happy to arrange a mutually convenient appointment time. In the first instance the class teacher will meet with you to discuss any issues. If you feel the issue has not been resolved, please refer to our Who do I see? document (see download below), which details who you should book an appointment with next.
Governor Surgeries/Informal Tea and Coffee Meetings
We hold a termly meetings for parents to come in for an informal chat with Senior Leaders and Governors. Dates for these will be advertised on the Milton newsletter. This gives you the opportunity to come into school and ask questions, to talk about things that are going well, or things that you think could be improved, or even just have a cup of tea.
Annual Parent Surveys
We carry out annual general surveys to gauge parental opinion on the broader aspects of our school and assimilate these views in to our school development plan. Please see the downloads below.