Kirkstall St. Stephen’s C of E (Voluntary Aided) Primary School

Feedback, Comments & Complaints

Year 5 Assembly November 30 2018

"Lovely assembly, lots of enthusiasm for their learning"
Elsa's mum.

"Lovely work produced, and I learned so much about the animals"
Shahmeer's mum

"Fab singing, loved the Roman Numeral song"!
Josh's sister

Year 6 Class Assembly November 16 2018

"I learned loads today and what a brilliant show"
Alfie's dad

"Fantastic assembley as always, what a brilliant song"!
Love the Moose Alpaca Chant too.
Alice's mum.

"Well done year 6 such confident speaking and fantastic singing.
Nora's mum



Thank you to all of our parents who responded to the Parent View request from Ofsted. The response was overwhelmingly positive. You can see our results here:
Parent View Results
 

Art Exhibition Feedback 29th September 2018

 

General

“Super art work which the children were really proud of. Well done.”

“The children were very proud of their work and keen to explain how they had produced the effects and colours. It was a pleasure to admire the art and interact with the artists. Well done kids!”

“Some amazingly detailed work which is striking and effective to look at”.

“Lots of fantastic art work, lovely to see J

“So impressed by all the beautiful artwork on display. Really enjoyed hearing about it all from the very knowledgeable children. Thank you!”

“Loved the neon colours of receptions handprint tree. Year 1’s weaving with the leaves is something different and ‘structural’! Year 4s Lino cut prints were really great as was Year 5s Pointillism. Year 6 pieces were very accomplished”.

“Super work and lovely to see the children speaking confidently and feeling proud of their fantastic art!”

“Lovely work from the kids, they’ve put so much effort into their art and have so much pride in their creations”.

“Great to see all the work”.

“Fantastic range of media! J

“Very creative, looks great”.

“So lovely to see all the children’s artwork and hear about what they had been up to. A real broad range of work and a great idea to show it off”.

“Very impressed by the standard of the art work displayed.”

“Wonderful pictures. Made us happy! J

“It’s so lovely to see such a range of styles and the children have done an excellent job of explaining their work. They should all be very proud of themselves!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading Open Morning Wednesday 4th July 2018

Thank you to all those of you who attended our Reading Open Morning. We had some lovely, positive feedback, here are a few of the written feedback comments we recieved. 

"Found the talk on the Key Reading Skills really helpful & tips for encouraging at home. Interesting to see this played out in different ways with different ages & abilities. Thanks"
"Very informative talk before joining the children. Lovely to see the children enjoying the books."
"Thanks very much for the opportunity to see how you've developed reading. It all seems great! :-) "
"Very informative and interesting. Good to see how older/more advanced readers will be developed. Thanks"
"Thank you for a really informative morning, and taking time to inform us. It was really interesting to see how you are making reading more interesting and also more understanding for the children".
"A really interesting insight into reading".
"Very Informative and a great opportunity to find out about 1:1 Reading and the skill letter code, which will be used in Year 1 with my daughter. I will work on retrieval at home with J  to develop her reading."
"Really useful to see how the curriculum in different classes are learning and practicing reading. I think the new methods look interesting and varied and I think my child will respond well to
them. Also useful for teachers to assess the reading in a structured way."
 
At the end of a school trip to Hollywoodbowl, Kirkstall:

"The pupils have been exceptionally well behaved. They are well mannered, polite and very caring to each other. It has been a pleasure."
Staff Members; Hollywood Bowl 14/6/18
 
"I would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all you have done to nurture the pupils of your school particularly as far as Hantang has experienced, he loves your school. He came to join your school from the second half of his reception year, it has been nearly six and half years, Hantang from a very little boy now has grown bit by bit up to become a boy who has the sense of integrity, fairness and kindness... We see all the way that Hantang has been growing. To today's stage, Hantang is ready and well prepared to go to his secondary education, his attitude towards study, his curiosity in science, his efforts into arts and his goal driving motivation, all of these are attributed to the stage by stage education that your school has wonderfully provided."
Hantang's Father, Year 6, May 2018
Complaints Procedure

To view our complaints procedure please down load our 'Complaints Policy'. Any complaint from parents of pupils with Special Educational Needs is handled directly by the SENCO and the Headteacher as well as the SEND governor. All three are responsible for dealing with SEND complaints. The parent is able to make an appointment with the teacher, the SENCO and the Headteacher to discuss the matter and can write to the SEND governor with details of the complaint. Together with the parent the school will look to find a solution/ solutions to any complaint brought to school with reference to the school complaints policy.

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of
all children, and expects our staff and volunteers to share this commitment.