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Child Safety Questionnaire

The Young Persons Safety committee sent questionnaires to every class in the school to find out how safe the children felt both in school and coming/ leaving school.
The results have been analysed and are show below:

 

 

The Young Persons Safety committee sent questionnaires to every class in the school to find out how safe the children felt both in school and coming/ leaving school.
The results have been analysed and are show below:





53% of classes in the school participated

These results will help the committee to identify where best the monies raised can support the children of Croyland Primary School.

Feedback from children indicate they feel safe because of staff in school who they trust and can talk to. They also recorded friendships play a part in feeling safe.

Children suggested that perhaps school gates could be closed during school times to keep them safe. Some children were worried about cars on site.

Some children thought more staff should be in corridors or on the playground before/after school  to make them feel safer.

Some children were aware of who their class representative on the safety committee was and that they could speak to them if they have suggestions/ideas for keeping safe. Suggestions of walking bus to get children to school safely.

All classes were aware of what to do if you feel unsafe in school i.e.Using worry boxes (now box of thoughts), tell an adult,ask a friend for help. Check visitors in school are wearing badges.