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Nightingale Academy

Discovering Life in all its Fullness

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Discovering Life in all its Fullness


Year 11 & 13 - 2021/22



% Agree

My child feels safe at the The King's Academy


My child is well taught at The King's Academy


Teachers expect my child to work hard in each lesson


My child understands and knows the behaviours we value and the behaviours we reject 


My child receives reward points from their full range of subject teachers 


I actively encourage my child to complete homework to the best of their ability 


As a parent/carer I understand the information provided in the termly progress reports


I believe the Academy is effective in communicating information to me about my child


Do you engage with the information shared through the WEDUC app e.g. discuss your child's reward points for the day, discuss and check homework etc.


When you have visited The King's website, do you find it useful and informative



We asked parents to tell us about something we do well - Here are some of their comments:

  • “You help the children to believe in themselves and you also you help them to achieve the best possible grades if they put the effort in.”

  • “Engage the students in a positive atmosphere to learn.”

  • “All the teachers are passionate about my son’s progress. They are willing to work and support him to improve on his time keeping and progress in his learning.”

  • “All teachers have shown a great passion for their job and have helped our son to have a fantastic 5 years at The Kings. As parents we are extremely grateful for the time and effort put in to help him to achieve what he has whilst at The Kings.”

  • “Keep us updated either through Weduc or social media”

  • “Encourage my child to be a better version of herself and her hard work is always noticed and rewarded accordingly.”

  • “Extremely happy with everything you do as a school”