“Im Happy that my Daughter has shown great improvement on her learning as she was move from another school to Hunters Hall Primary.”
“Range of after school clubs and in school activities making learning fun and engaging.”
“All in all Hunters Hall is an excellent school.”
“The front office staff are exceptional, they are supportive, understanding and should be highly praised for their care and support shown to parents and children.”
“There is always an option to have a conversation about my child’s progress or if I have any concerns.”
“Keeping parents up to date with what’s happening within the school.”
“Supporting both parents and students, and encouraging the children to achieve their best. My children are flourishing in this school, and I feel supported.”
“When my son started in reception, he did not speak any English. I am grateful for all the effort and hard work of the teachers to help my son learn the language. Now he is fluent and does extremely well at school.”
“Taking the children out on visits to widen their knowledge and giving them different experiences. Which was not done before. Also children having the opportunity to decide if they would like take part in after school activities.”
“Keeping parents informed through parent hub. This works perfectly for a working mum.”
“I like the way teachers and assistant teachers speak gently and politely with students. They do know there students needs. They are well knowledge and doing their work nicely.”
“Supporting the children when they are lacking in confidence to help them to believe they can achieve things.
Noticing the small things, like a change in mood or temperament.The staff all obviously work very hard at ensuring that the children have lots of different types of learning activities, which is appreciated.”
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A ‘concern’ may be defined as ‘an expression of worry or doubt over an issue considered to be important for which reassurances are sought’. A complaint may be generally defined as ‘an expression of dissatisfaction however made, about actions taken or a lack of action’.
We, at Hunters Hall Primary, adhere to the DfE’s “Best Practice Advice for School Complaints Procedures 2016.”
If you have a complaint about the school, you are asked first to speak to your child’s class teacher. If the problem is not resolved you should then make an appointment to see one of our Deputy Headteachers or the Headteacher. Hopefully they will be able to deal with the matter to our mutual satisfaction.
If however, you are not satisfied, and wish to make an official complaint, you will need to send your complaint in writing to:
The Chair of Governors
c/o Hunters Hall Primary School,
Essex RM10 8DE