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Parents survey 2013
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Parents survey 2013
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Parents survey 2013

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This presentation presents the results from our annual parent evaluation survey.

This presentation presents the results from our annual parent evaluation survey.

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  • 1. We prepare students for success back home and abroadScandinavian School of BrusselsParents’ Evaluation2010 - 2013www.ssb.be
  • 2. We prepare students for success back home and abroadThanks to our parents . . .Approximately 30% of our parents responded to this survey. This is extremely low. We do notfind the results to be statistically significant due to the low participation rate. However, in aneffort to be open and transparent, we share the results.Proceed through this presentation to see a summary of the results. Each question is answeredon a scale of 1 – 4 (1 – poor, 2 – needs improvement, 3 – good, 4 – very good).In additional to these questions, parents included helpful comments.At SSB, staff, students, and parents answer quality assurance surveys each year. The resultsfrom these surveys provide valuable feedback to our administration and School Board whenplanning strategically for the future of our school.Your feedback is always welcome.Questions or comments? Contact: Kristy Lundström klundstrom@ssb.be
  • 3. We prepare students for success back home and abroadValues and Learning Environment0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0Safety and security is evident in the school.The school works to prevent and correct bullying andunfriendly behavior.The Zero anti-bullying plan works out well.Parents are encouraged to become engaged in theirchild’s school.The school facilities are up to date and support a goodlearning environment.2010201120122013
  • 4. We prepare students for success back home and abroadSchool Goals0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4Students and parents are aware of the school’s goals.The academic goals are the reference points during thedevelopment talks.The school’s assessment system and grading criteria arefamiliar to the students and parents.2010201120122013
  • 5. We prepare students for success back home and abroadInstruction and Learning0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4The teachers have good competence.The teachers follow up the individual needs of eachstudent’s development and give clear feedback.Students are motivated by and able to improve theirability by the school work that is required.2010201120122013
  • 6. We prepare students for success back home and abroadSchool Results0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4The school has good routines and procedures for followingup the student’s learning results.The results of diagnostic and national tests arecommunicated to parents.Student results and grades reach an expected level.The school has good routines for documenting and reportingstudent results to students and his/her parents.The Learning cycle is a good tool in the assessment work.The period plan supports the learning process.2010201120122013
  • 7. We prepare students for success back home and abroadManagement, Organization andCooperation0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4The school organization structure is well functioning.The Head of school shows ability to run the school according to expectations.The Deputy Heads are executing their role according to expection.The school board is executing its role according to expectations.The school has a well-functioning organization of student groups and teacherteams.The school has a well functioning Parents’ Association.The school has a well functioning administrative support (finance & accountingand facility management).The school has a well functioning information viahomepage, email, facebook, twitter.SchoolSoft is functioning well.2010201120122013
  • 8. We prepare students for success back home and abroadEvaluation and Quality Control0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4Questionnaires to students and parents giveinformation regarding how satisfied “customers” arewith our school.The school has a clear strategic development plan withareas of needed improvement and action plans.Current marketing efforts promote SSB.2010201120122013
  • 9. We prepare students for success back home and abroadAnalysis of resultsThe results in this survey show that parents feel encouraged to become engaged in our school, many parentschose not to respond. The low rate of participation makes interpreting the results difficult.Although SSB received a positive inspection report from Sweden and the IBO during this school year, ourinspection report from Norway was negative.To fully comply with all national laws and regulations, SSB has undergone a comprehensive reorganizationduring this school year, separating the Norwegian school from the rest of our school.This reorganization has caused worry and anxiety for all SSB parents, not just our Norwegian parents. Inaddition, this reorganization has caused the school administration to prioritize administrative tasks overpedagogical development. We see the results of this transition in this survey.The reorganization was finalized on April 29th. SSB and SSB Norway’s board and administration are nowrefocused on developing our school to be the best it can be . . .

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