COLLEGE PRAISED BY PARENTS IN SURVEY
Parents of students at City of Wolverhampton College have given the organisation the thumbs up in a recent satisfaction survey.
Around 100 parents – who attended a progress evening in November to find out how their sons and daughters are progressing in their studies – completed the survey which asked for their opinions on staff professionalism, learning opportunities, teaching resources, and support available for students.
Feedback showed that 99% of parents find college staff professional in their approach, 98% think the college provides high quality learning opportunities and 97% are of the opinion that its accommodation and resources are good, and that their son or daughter is safe and well supported.
In addition, 98% said that they would recommend the college to a friend.
One parent commented: “The college has provided a very good learning environment for my daughter. She has found the tutors approachable and enthusiastic and as a result has found learning an excellent experience.”
Another stated “Since coming to college my son has had lots of support and is enjoying his lessons – this is a big improvement from when he was at secondary school.”
Claire Boliver, principal of the college, said: “We are delighted with the extremely positive feedback from parents and with their views on how the college’s staff and facilities are providing their children with excellent learning opportunities and giving them the qualifications they need for their future careers.”
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