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Survey 2015 - Positive Feedback from Parents

The 2015 School Survey, conducted under the auspices of the federal Department of Education, has delivered very positive feedback about the operation and effectiveness of Riverside Education Support Centre’s program.

Anonymous surveys were completed by 19 Parents, for which RESC expresses sincere appreciation.

A summary of question responses (18 questions x 19 respondents) appears in the table below:

Response

Count

Percentage

No Comment

6

2%

Strongly Disagree

0

0%

Disagree

3

1%

Neither Agree nor Disagree

24

7%

Agree

117

34%

Strongly Agree

192

56%

TOTAL

342

100%

 

 

 

Agree or Strongly Agree as percentage of all responses (342)

309

90%

Agree and Strongly Agree as percentage of all positive and negative responses (312)

309

99%

 

The statements put forward for responses, and the cumulative data, are laid out in this pdf file: RESC_SCHOOL_SURVEY_2015.pdf

Our school is committed to the ongoing improvement of every component that impacts on our ability to educate and nurture our students, and although 90% of responses agreed or strongly agreed with the survey statements, we are mindful that even those small items of disagreement require a diligent approach from our staff to improve satisfaction levels.

That said, if we ignore the 2% with no comments and the 7% of ambivalent comments, the “agree or strongly agree” response lifts to 99%.

Congratulations are extended to our community of staff and parents/carers , for this outstanding result is the outcome of a collective and cooperative approach that values all forms of input.

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