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Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
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Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
Parent Survey Results
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  • 1. Parent Survey2012
  • 2. Parent Online Survey 2012In 2012 the decision was made to offer our parents the chance toparticipate in an online survey to seek their views and opinions about how the school is performing in a number of key areas. Survey Monkey was the school’s preferredchoice of online survey creator. The survey was online for 6 weeks.
  • 3. Parent Online Survey 2012171 respondents took park in this survey.69.6% of the respondents were NZ European, 9.9% NZ Maori, 5.3%Samoan, Greek and Indian 3.5%, Chinese 2.3%, African 1.8%,Cook Island Maori and Fijian 1.2%, Filipino Iraqi and OtherEuropean 0.6% 49% of the respondents had children in the Junior School,33% in the Middle School and 37% in the Senior School. Some respondents had children in more than onearea of the school
  • 4. Question 3Respondents who identifiedtheir children as being NewZealand Maori or Pasifika(Fijian, Fijian Indian,Tongan, Cook Island Maori,Niuean, or Samoan.) weregiven the opportunity toanswer questions to gaugewhat they believe it meansto be successful as a NZMaori or Pasifika student atLyall Bay School
  • 5. Q3 ComparisonNew Zealand Maori Pasifika
  • 6. Question 4Respondents were asked towrite what they thoughtwere the best things aboutLyall Bay School
  • 7. Question 5Respondents were asked towrite what areas of theschool they would like tosee developed more.
  • 8. Question 6Respondents were asked toname one thing about theschool that they wouldchange.
  • 9. School GovernanceRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the Board of Trustees’approachability.
  • 10. School GovernanceRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the Board of Trustees’performance.
  • 11. Senior ManagementRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the SeniorManagement Staff’sapproachability.
  • 12. Senior ManagementRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the SeniorManagement Staff’sperformance.
  • 13. Classroom TeachersRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith their child’s teacherapproacability
  • 14. Classroom TeachersRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith their child’s teacherperformance
  • 15. Support StaffRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the Support Staff’sapproachability
  • 16. Support StaffRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they arewith the Support Staff’sperformance
  • 17. School Organisation and PracticesRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they werein the school’sorganisation andpractices
  • 18. School Environment and ToneRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they werein the school’senvironment and tone
  • 19. CurriculumRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they werein the way the coresubjects were taught
  • 20. Curriculum contRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they werein the way the othersubjects were taught
  • 21. Curriculum contRespondents were asked tosay how satisfied they werein the way the othersubjects were taught
  • 22. ICT UsageRespondents were asked tosay how important ICT toolsare in assisting their child’slearning
  • 23. ICT Usage contRespondents were asked tosay how satisified they werein the way the school wasusing ICT tools
  • 24. ICT Usage contRespondents were askedwhat they thought aboutstudents bringing their ownmobile devices to school
  • 25. ICT Usage contRespondents were askedwhich mobile devices wouldbe most useful to bring toschool
  • 26. Bot Contact

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