86% of main school students rate Maiden Erlegh School as good or very good.
83% of main school students say they are proud to come to Maiden Erlegh School.
94% of sixth formers rate Maiden Erlegh School as good or very good.
90% of sixth formers say they are proud to come to Maiden Erlegh School.
Students are also complementary about school and the following aspects of our work were rated strongly:
- Understanding of how to improve work.
- Showing resilience when work is more challenging.
- Management of truancy.
- Respect shown for different cultures and religions.
- Respect shown to students with special educational needs or disabilities.
- Sixth Formers as role models for younger students.Opportunities to take on student leadership roles and contribute to school life (Foundation).
- Range of extra-curricular activities (Foundation).
- Education regarding cyber-safety and staying healthy.
- Education about mental and emotional health.Year 6 to Year 7 transition.
- Information regarding Year 8 Options.
- Information regarding the sixth form.
- Sixth Form induction process.
- Range of subjects on offer in the sixth form and appropriateness given future plans.
- Understanding of skills employers are looking for (sixth form).
- Personal, spiritual, cultural and social education (sixth form).
There were also improved ratings in the following areas:
- Students’’ attitudes to learning in the sixth form.
- Sixth Formers as role models for younger students.
- Students are listened to (Foundation & sixth form).
- Opportunities for leadership and contribution to school life (Foundation & sixth form).
- Range of extra-curricular activities.
- Prevention of bullying.Year 6 to Year 7 transition.
- Quality of advice and guidance during Year 8 Options.
- Induction and settling in to the sixth form (Maiden Erlegh and external students).
- Range of subjects on offer in the sixth form.
Priorities set by students for the next year:
- Student involvement and student voice Key Stage 4.
- Challenge in homework in foundation.
- Improving breaks and lunchtimes.