Parent satisfaction shows the positive impact of TCES Distance Learning
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a huge impact on the education sector – specifically for TCES Group, it has resulted in the creation of an entirely new method of lesson delivery and new bespoke packages for ASC and SEMH pupils.
To ensure we are delivering the highest standard of education from a remote distance, we surveyed our parents back in April to see how our pupils and their parents/carers are getting on, and if we could make any changes to better suit their needs.
Following this, we have recently surveyed our parents and carers again – and the results have shown that satisfaction has increased, and that TCES Group has adapted superbly to the challenge brought on by the pandemic.
Curriculum satisfaction has increased from an already impressive 88% to 95%, and pupil engagement has also improved from our previous survey conducted in April. Confidence in teachers has risen from 82% to 88%, and fewer parents and carers feel the need for support in assisting the home learning environment. All parents and carers have received regular contact in helping to deliver distance learning.
Helen, a parent at East London Independent School, sent her thank you to “all the staff who are working very hard to pull home schooling resources and lessons together.”
Similarly, Carly, whose son attends Essex Fresh Start, admired “they have always made my son’s learning very personalised, and continued to be mindful of his specific needs throughout.”
If you are a parent or carer of a TCES Group pupil, or have worked alongside TCES Group during this time, we are still open to feedback on our Home Learning and Distance Learning packages, and would gratefully receive any positive thoughts on what has helped you via email@example.com.