We always want to hear your views on our school and so do Ofsted to help them form a judgement.
To help us know what we do well and what we could do better, please click on the banner below and submit your feedback directly to Ofsted. Your answers remain private and confidential and are not shared with us but certainly make a difference in how we grow as a school.
We pride ourselves on the strong foundations we build with parents and carers and feel they play an important part in learning within school.
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide children with an outstanding school we ask parents to complete a questionnaire when visiting the class teacher at Parent Interviews. Some of our parents said:
"Very pleased with the progress of my child. Much appreciated."
"Staff are always willing to go that extra mile to help. They are very helpful and understand my child's particular need."
"His teachers this year have been fantastic at getting to really know him, how he learns best and
really applied this. I also want to thanks Mrs Wilks for taking time with him to talk about some
concerns he has had with his peers and social/peer concerns. This was managed sensitively and he
"Very good school - highly recommended to any young child starting school; I wish it went up to Year 6!"
"My child is always excited to tell me what they have done!"
"Very happy with the school. My child is really happy here and is making progress in her learning."
"I have noticed very small changes in my son but they are for the better, I am a happy mum!"
"St John's CE (C) Infant School - very nice and very great!"
"I am very pleased with the extra support the school has in place to help children with extra needs."
"I would like to thank the school and teachers for helping my child to progress."
Please click on the documents below and take a moment to read the full feedback reports.
One of our most recent applicants had this to say about our school
"On a more personal level, I feel very comfortable and welcome when participating in activities that require parental involvement.
The atmosphere in school is incredibly warm, caring and friendly and has a community spirit."
If you would like to volunteer in school or take up a placement with us as part of your own education all we ask is that you write a letter, addressed to the Head Teacher, stating why you have chosen our school, what course (if any) your are studying, if you have a DBS check (we can arrange this for you if need be) and the hours/days you would like to come into school.
Take a moment to read the comments that visitors to our school
have left in our Visitors Book!