Parent View gives you the chance to tell us and Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
In addition to the Ofsted Parent view, Ashwell regularly seeks the views of parents. We will use the information you provide to celebrate our successes as a school and to inform future decision making regarding school improvement.
Please see below for results of our recent parent surveys.
Thank you – we really do value your feedback.
What our parents said in July 2023
"Fantastic staff as ever and fantastic leadership. Lovely environment. The extension of nursery provision to full days is an excellent development."
"Fantastic teachers who challenge children to push themselves further. A friendly and homely school environment that makes children feel safe and happy to go to school."
"Caring, passionate teachers and support staff. We’re very lucky to have you all, a great asset to the village community."
"The school has a strong community feel and is the hub of the village."
"Ashwell Primary is a fantastic school which nurtures all aspects of children’s development and places equal value on extra-curricular opportunities alongside academic success. Staff are caring and proactive, dealing with any concerns quickly and sensitively. I couldn’t wish for a better start for my son in his education."
"The care and huge effort applied by everyone at the school for the children is outstanding."
"Amazing community feel, school always listens to your concerns and deals with them effectively. My daughter is very happy at the school. The teachers have always been nurturing."
"Excellent relationships. I feel that the teachers really know my child. They have a kind, caring approach that is met with high expectations for her. The perfect mix!"
"Teachers are very approachable and always want to help. All the staff including the headteacher seem to know all the kids. Love the feel of the school and how comfortable my child feels there."