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What our parents say

Listening to feedback from our parents, carers and pupils is extremely important at Great Arley and we constantly create opportunities to hear and respond to feedback. 


We regularly capture feedback through surveys, coffee mornings, parent consultation evenings, our website, social media and other events which take place. Below is some feedback we have received from parents and carers:


"Me and my mum had a fantastic time at the coffee morning. My mum said the school looked wonderful and really safe for all the children. She said it's fantastic that all the teachers know the children's names. She said that she is so glad that we picked the school for him."


"To all the staff and volunteers at Great Arley we would like to say thank you for getting our son to become this wonderful young man that he is today. Thank you so very much."


"Thank you to you all in the Primary 2 team for bringing out my child who looks forward to school everyday."


"Thank you for all the pictures Great Arley shares. I love getting pictures of my child's happy little face at school."


"My child had the best day at the Blackpool Zoo visit. He hasn't stopped telling me how Miss Newman was scared of the dinosaurs,  thank you for all you do for our children xxx"


"I enjoyed visiting the 'Learn with your child' morning in school. It was good to join in with "Tell the Time Bingo", play games, talk with the teachers and see some of the work books. Thank you for inviting us in."


"I wanted to tell you how much I love this school. The difference you have all made to my child is immeasurable and the improvement in our family life is incalculable. Please keep doing what you all do - you really make a difference that can't be counted in pounds, shillings and pence x."



If you have any feedback about the school you would like to share please send it by email to

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