PARENT VIEWWe hope that your child will be very happy during their time at Wren Park and that they make good progress and achieve well academically, socially, emotionally and develop confidence and life skills to equip them well in the future. We know as parents you expect your child to be safe, happy and learning well and we do all that we can to ensure this. From time to time things can and do go wrong. It is important that we are all vigilant and address any concerns early. Please feel free to contact the class teacher in the first instance as I am sure they will be able to help. We value your comments and feedback and will occasionally ask for questionnaires to be completed to help us improve further. If you have any comments to share with us, positive or otherwise we would welcome them - don't wait until a questionnaire if you have an issue! We would encourage you to participate in the short online 'Parent View' questionnaire. This does not take long and is an Ofsted based questionnaire (the results are available for Ofsted and the public to see, they are anonymous - so your response cannot be traceable by us! - be honest - but be fair!
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