Royds receives feedback in a variety of ways and acts on the feedback received to improve the quality of education we deliver.
Feedback is received in a number of ways:
- Staff Voice
- Student Voice
- Family of Royds
- Royds Alumni
- School Governors Ofsted parent View
Feedback and good practise are shared with the school community. Areas for improvement are investigated and changes are made as appropriate.
|You Said||We Did|
|Digital signage in the school is boring.||Signage content has been updated and made vibrant, providing students and visitors with engaging key information.|
Digital signage has been updated as necessary, screens have come to live!
|North block looks messy.||The entire school has been de cluttered, a programme of refreshing the building has begun while students’ study at home. North block has been completely repainted, work has now started on South block.|
|What’s happening with parents’ evenings during lockdown?||Royds is starting to host remote parents’ evenings w/c 8 February, for year 11, other year groups will follow after the half term. We are asking parents for their feedback so that we can further improve this provision as appropriate.|
|What is my child studying?||Individual subject content is now included in students school reports. The subject information will show parents what their child has been studying since the last report and what they will be studying until the nest report.|
|How do I know if my son is going to class and doing his work?||Teachers are keeping registers of classes, parents/ students who are missing from the register are contacted by the school pastoral team to discuss attendance issues. If work is not submitted, the pastoral team will be notified and contact home.|
|Apart from lessons, what else is the school doing to support students?||We have introduced virtual morning briefings and daily assemblies to discuss with students’ pastoral issues with a focus on mental health and wellbeing. In addition, we have introduced a programme of virtual enrichment activities that students can participate in while being COVID safe:|