Ofsted wants your views about Highlees!
Please complete their Parent View questionnaire today!
Your views about our school are an important part of the Ofsted inspection process. If you are a registered parent or carer of a pupil at the school (including pupils on sick leave or who are temporarily excluded), you can tell Ofsted your views about our school, by completing Ofsted's online survey, Parent View, at: http://www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child's school, including the progress made by your child, the quality of teaching, how the school deals with bullying and poor behaviour. It also provides a free-text box for you to make additional comments, if you wish. The inspectors will use the online survey responses when inspecting your child's school.
To register your views, you will need to provide your email address, which will be held securely. It will not be used for any purpose other than providing access to the online survey. Neither schools nor Ofsted will have access to any email addresses. Please complete the online survey by 11am on 12 June 2018 as this will give the inspection team more time to consider your views. However, we will consider all online responses that are completed during the inspection, although the free-text box facility will not be available after noon on 13 Jun 2018.
Written comments can also be sent to the school in a sealed envelope, marked confidential and addressed to the inspection team.
If you are unable to complete the online survey, it may be possible to speak to an inspector during the inspection, for instance at the start of the school day, or to pass on messages to the inspectors if you are unable to speak to them in person. Inspection administrators will be happy to make the necessary arrangements.. You can contact the administrators on 03000130629.
Inspectors will be pleased to receive your comments, but cannot deal with complaints about individual pupils or settle disputes between you and the school. Please note, if concerns are raised about child protection, we may have to pass the information we receive to social services or the police.