Parent Feedback

Here are some recent comments from parents of our students

 

It seems you are getting everything right! We are amazed at the change in our boy; his self-esteem was at such a low point this time last year and he’s regained so much of his confidence. I write this on the eve of the first day of the Spring Term. In the past he’s been dreadfully miserable and anxious about returning to school after a fun Christmas; this year he’s so chilled! Whatever it is you’re doing for him, please continue!

January 2020 – Parent of Year 7 Pupil

 

We are very happy with how he has settled in and all the support the school are giving him. We couldn’t have hoped for more. Thank you to everyone at the school. 

November 2019 – Parent of Year 6 Pupil

 

On the way home at Christmas, we were chatting about school and my Grandson said: “If there was a word better than Amazing, then that’s what I’d say Grafham is..

December 2017 – GrandParent of Year 7 Pupil

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

 

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