B Cador: October 2017
It is always lovely to hear feedback from parents about what we do well; often we receive it verbally at Meet and Greet. It was particularly lovely to receive the two following emails this morning; one from a parent whose experience of school is relatively new and one from a parent giving feedback on the Y5/6 residential that took place last week.
I just wanted to thank you for helping Lauren and Sophie settle into Wrenbury Primary so quickly. We have found the school very organised with super communication and practices which has allowed us to know exactly what is going on and what is expected from us. The girls are really enjoying their classes, the teachers have engaged them in their learning and Lauren and Sophie are so animated when they let us know how their day went.
I love that there is an open door policy and teachers are always happily available to discuss any matters. The children's worry box in one class is an excellent idea which has been really useful and the teacher was quick to listen, act and resolve the issue- making my child feel that they really did matter...thank you!
Thank you for your time
Feedback from Liv's experience at Robinwood.
She absolutely loved the whole experience, the activities were exciting and challenging and she loved every minute of it! She enjoyed the meals and slept well, which meant she could make the most of all the activities available to her. The Robinwood staff were friendly and encouraging, as well as having great support from the teachers.
She also attended the Brine Leas activity day on Saturday which she really enjoyed too!
I'm really proud of all the staff at school and their commitment to our ethos 'We all matter' and every child at Wrenbury.
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