Annual Report for 2015 - Satisfaction Survey

Satisfaction Survey

The school is required to give a description in plain language to indicate student, parent and teacher satisfaction with the school. 

Questions 50, 54 & 56 were to do with chaplaincy for Launceston people only. 

A summary of the survey results shows that the perceived school strengths (i.e. areas where 80% or above of the answers were either Always or Most of the Time) are:- 

Q. 2

The school has a strong spiritual atmosphere.

87.1%

Q. 5

The school has friendly teachers and staff.

85.7%

Q. 6

Students feel safe and secure at this school.

88.4%

Q. 7

The teachers help the students to do their very best.

84.1%

Q. 10

The school encourages students to excel in their work.

84.3%

Q. 17

The teachers are caring and giving.

83.1%

Q. 28

The school is preparing students well for their future.

80.6%

Q. 33

Strong moral values are important at this school.

83.8%

Q. 34

Good manners are important at this school.

92.9%

Q. 41

Teachers have a positive attitude.

82.4%

Q. 42

The office staff are pleasant and helpful.

90.0%

Q. 50

The school newsletter is informative and useful.

80.0%

In 2015 the only perceived weakness of the school (a question where the total percentage of both the answers Always and Most of the Time were below 50%) was:- 

Q. 30

The school is involved in community projects.

28.6%

The following questions were answered as yes in relation to chaplaincy at Launceston and were below 50%.

Q. 54

Have you spent any time with the chaplain over the past year?

20.0%

Q. 56

Are you aware of the source of funding for Chaplains?

33.3%

Other areas surveyed all returned results between 50% and 79%. 

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