Exit Poll Results: 2016/17
At the end of the summer term, we asked our Year 6 leavers about their experiences at Broomgrove Junior School. They completed an anonymous questionnaire. Here are some of the things they told us…
What they liked most about their time at Broomgrove Junior School?
What would have made their experience even better?
Evaluating the children’s responses 100% said they had enjoyed coming to Broomgrove; 87% of children felt they made good progress; 87% said they thought the School’s Rights and Sanctions were fair; 91% said they got help when they needed it and 91% said they were proud to have attended Broomgrove Junior School.
One area that had significantly improved last year was the number of children (78%) who said ‘yes’ to the question ‘Would you tell an adult if you were upset or worried?’ However, this is something we still continue to build on through our PSHE lessons (Personal, Social and Health Education) and in assemblies, so that all children realise that if there is a problem, as a school, we can help to resolve it.
Following on from last year we have started to focus on the ‘even better’ comments made by year 6 last year and continue with the ongoing programme of improvements to our playground/outdoor space which led to the introduction of the Play Pod and the MUGA (Multi Use Games Area). This spring a new surface will be laid to enable the MUGA to be used all year round and we will be working closely with the BSA (Broomgrove Schools Association) and the Board of Governors to achieve this programme of improvement.
Once again, we will continue to open up the field each lunch time - weather permitting - for those children in the upper school who want to play football. This leaves the playground free for the lower school to play football. We will also be looking into purchasing new play equipment for break times.
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