We ask for your participation in a brief survey created by the Thinking Schools Academy Trust to help us understand more about how your child is adapting to the changes and challenges they are facing whilst learning from home.
Understandably, the recent months have thrown everyone into chaos and education is no exception to this. Having spoken to parents and pupils recently, I have heard feedback on how different families are managing to cope with the situation and we are constantly looking for ways to support you more.
This survey is designed to gather information on how pupils across the Trust are accessing and engaging with learning. Information gathered is confidential and will not be used to judge or grade your child; your feedback will allow us evaluate the effectiveness of home learning and to develop our offering or give support and additional help where possible. I will receive the result of the families here at Meon Juniors so I can continue to develop the home learning we are providing.
Either parents or pupils can take the survey; it is very brief and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. Please be aware that as the survey is design to cover primary to secondary aged pupils some questions are more relevant than others. I ask you to complete all questions as best you can. Please ensure there is only one entry per student. I would like all our families to complete the survey and as a thank you from the Trust, they will be putting every entry into a prize draw to win a BRAND-NEW TABLET perfect for study.
Please follow this link to complete the survey before Friday 1st May:
We are also continually refining our digital strategy, which we believe will help students stay safe online, gain valuable life skills and give them the experience needed to continue developing as learners. The information you provide today will go towards us develop this strategy and feedback on the areas you think are important.
Thank you for providing your feedback. We appreciate the time you have taken and will actively use it to improve our digital learning.
Mrs Sara Paine