School Evaluation

childfriendly School Improvement Plan 19-20 

Inshes Primary S and Q 2019 2020

Collated feedback for P1 workshop Sept 18

Summary Standards Quality Report – Inshes Primary June 2018

Collated ELC Parent Questionnaire March 2018

pupil questionnaire data Feb 2018 Final

Form 1

Child’s Plan questionnaire Dec 2017

Collated feedback for P1 workshop Sept 17

Parent Carer Questionnaire Sep 2017 %

Parent Carer Questionnaire Sep 2017

Positive_Relationships_Bullying_Prevention_Pol_and_Guid_March_2016

Inshes Diversity_and_Equality_Policy September 2017

Summary Standards Quality Report – Inshes Primary June 2017

Equalities Intro – ParentCouncil 15.11.16

ECO letter

S+Q June 2016 for community

Audit pupil profiles March 15- final– parents comments

Pupil Focus Group feedback – Ethos and relationships

Audit of Pupil Profiles Jan 15

Pupil voice discussion

Parent group view- excellent school Nov 2014

Pupil Focus Group feedback – canteen and learning experiences

S+Q June 2014, Inshes

Parent Questionnaire June 2014

Mental maths workshop comments– March 2014

Homework survey results Sep ’13

 

1 Comment

  1. Wendy van Riet

    It is as shame that no distinction is made between homework for lower and higher classes. Personally I am unsure of the importance of homework in lower classes (up to p4) compared to homework for the older kids.
    Also as a working mum having to motivate my kids (and myself) when all coming home at 5.30pm, to do homework is difficult. I feel it is not always the best way of spending time with them. And please teachers could we keep the big ‘art projects’ out of homework. Really who are we thinking we are kidding… It’s mum and dad doing the sticking and the gluing mostly!

    Very impressed though with the attention that goes into thinking about this subject. Too easy to just keep doing what has always been done.

    Wendy

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