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Participation this year was nearly three times higher than in 2022.

90% of parents rate Cranbury College “very good” or higher and 54% rate it as “excellent”. In addition, 89% would recommend the College to other parents.

100% of parents agree that

  • The school supports their SEND child well.
  • The school supports their child with mental health issues well.
  • Communication with parents is clear and effective.

90% or more parents agree that

  • The range of enrichment and extracurricular activities is appropriate.
  • The school supports their child to become a positive young adult and citizen.
  • The school understands what they can do to help my child succeed.
  • My child understands what they need to do to improve their work.
  • My child feels safe at this school.
  • Education about drugs, knife crime and gangs is good.
  • Any concerns raised with the school have been dealt with properly.
  • The school lets them know how their child is doing.
  • They are confident that their child will do well when they move on.
  • The school is ambitious for their child.

Priorities set by parents for 2022-2023:

  • Further improvements in the curriculum and its delivery (and assessment) in all year groups.
  • Implementation of structured reading and maths programmes to ensure catch up for those who need to develop basic fluency.
  • Clarity for parents about their child’s curriculum.
  • Further improvements on helping pupils and students with self-regulation and independence (especially in primary and Key Stage 3).
  • Clarification of anti bullying messages and the policy and procedures.

These will form part of our School Improvement Planning and will be reviewed next year.