At Walton on the Hill Primary School we strongly believe in listening to all our stakeholders. Parents are a crucial part of a child's education and the wider success of our school. There are a number of ways to let us know your thoughts about our school:
The children are collected from the playground at the start of each day and brought back out at the end of the day. This is a good opportunity to quickly mention something to class teacher relating to your child.
Make an appointment
Sometimes you may wish to discuss an issue in more depth and we would ask you to either talk directly to your child's class teacher to arrange an appointment or contact the school office who will be more than happy to arrange a suitable time to come in.
Headteacher Open Office
This is an opportunity, usually towards the end of each half term, to come and talk to Mr Samuel about any issues or concerns you may have about the school. The dates for these will be advertised in the Walton Weekly.
Annual Parent Surveys
We carry out annual general surveys to gauge parental opinion on the broader aspects of our school and assimilate these views in to our school development plan. Please see the results of the most recent survey below.
Ofsted have their own communication tool which allows parents to record their views about a school. We encourage parents to use this facility to record their views. Please find a link to this website below.