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Pupil & Parent Voice about Safety at OGPS?

What do pupils and parents say about safety at OGPS?

Parent Survey Results July 2017Pupil Survey Results July 2017
My child is happy at this school 100% AGREEIs OGPS a caring school? 95% YES
My child feels safe at this school 100% AGREEAre you encouraged to have good attendance and punctuality? 94% YES
My child is well looked after at this school 97% AGREEDo you feel safe at school? 90% YES
The school make sure its pupils are well behaved 94% AGREEDo you like coming to this school? 93% YES

The school deals effectively with bullying 86% AGREE (with 8% don't know

Is there an adult you can go to if you have probelems? 91% YES

What do our pupils have to say about Oliver Goldsmith Primary School....

When asked about their views on safety at school, here is what a group of children from reception to year six told some governors...

Q: How safe do you feel at school, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?

A: "10, 9, 10, 10 , 10, 10, 10, 10, 10"

Q: How safe do you feel in our classroom, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?

A: "10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10 , 10, 10"

Q: How safe do you feel in the playground, with 1 being not safe and 10 being very safe?

A: "9, 9, 10, 9, 8, 9, 10, 8, 9"

Q: Why didn't you choose 10 for the playground?

A: "You can get hurt outside, sometimes people fall over or have accidents, sometimes you might get hit by someone playing with some equipment".

Q: How do you learn at school about staying safe?

  • A: "In assemblies, we know that if we are sad or see someone sad we should tell an adult or talk to a peer mentor."
  • A: "If you are hurt, tell a teacher or adult, Mrs Dean or Mr Simmons, they will help you".
  • A: "If you fall down, people help you to get you and take you to welfare."
  • A: "Our ICT teacher tells us how to be safe on computers by not sharing our names or details."
  • A: "We should stay away from dangerous stuff like fires."

Q: Who can you talk to in the school if you have a problem?

  • A: "Any member of staff or Mr Simmons."
  • A: "Teachers, adults or other member of staff."
  • A: "Lunchtime teachers will help you if you have a problem."

Q: Is bullying a problem in the school?

  • A: "No, its not a problem, we don't have bullies here. We do have anti-bullying week which tells everyone not to bully."
  • A: "We know to tell a teacher t make it better if we do have a problem."