STUDENT SATISFACTION

Below you will find the results of Chrysalis Schools’ student satisfaction survey 2016.

2016 was the first year Chrysalis Schools took part in the National Student Survey.  In order to have a basis for comparison, impetus is the same reporting form that was used in quality reports from the Copenhagen municipal schools 2014/15.

Please Note, numbers from Copenhagen are from the latest available quality report in 2014/15, while numbers from Chrysalis Schools are from 2016.

Grade level 0-3

Overview of the answers provided by students grade 0 -3 regarding the question, “Are you happy with your school?”. This particular question is often used as an overall goal for students’ well-being.

 

Are you happy with your school?

No

Yes, a little

Yes, a lot

Behandlingsskolerne

6%

35%

59%

Average in Copenhagen

2%

26%

71%

Note that only 17 of Chrysalis Schools students grade level 0- 3 participated in the survey.  A single student thus amounts to 6%.

Grade level 4-9

Below is an overview of how grade levels 4-9 divided their responses. Their responses are gathered in four question groups Social well-being, Academic well-being, Support and inspiration as well as peace and order. The numbers are averaged for all schools under Chrysalis Schools who participated in the survey.

 

Social well-being

1,0-2,0

2,1-3,0

3,1-4,0

4,1-5,0

Chrysalis Schools

0,8%

13,8%

42,7%

42,7%

Average in Copenhagen

1%

7%

36%

56%

Academic well-being

1,0-2,0

2,1-3,0

3,1-4,0

4,1-5,0

Chrysalis Schools

3,0%

16,5%

58,5%

22,0%

Average in Copenhagen

1%

10%

59%

31%

Support and inspiration

1,0-2,0

2,1-3,0

3,1-4,0

4,1-5,0

Chrysalis Schools

6,3%

34,7%

47,1%

11,9%

Average in Copenhagen

5%

30%

55%

11%

Peace and order

1,0-2,0

2,1-3,0

3,1-4,0

4,1-5,0

Chrysalis Schools

4,2%

13,1%

49,3%

33,4%

Average in Copenhagen

2%

17%

58%

23%

At the individual schools, there is great focus on the students’ well-being. Therefore, the further work regarding the student satisfaction survey will be done individually at the all schools.