The majority of Welsh parents are happy with the performance of schools and those in teaching jobs, a new report published yesterday (September 27th) has revealed.
More than nine in ten (91 per cent) of parents responding to the National Survey for Wales said they are 'satisfied' with their child's primary school, while 88 per cent are 'satisfied' with their offspring's secondary education.
Commenting on the findings, a government spokesperson said: "It is pleasing that the results show people are extremely satisfied with services delivered by GPs and schools.
"It is important that we collect the views of the people of Wales … to get an insight into people's concerns about topics like the services they receive and their local environment."
Education minister Leighton Andrews recently announced that Welsh pupils would get their GCSE English papers re-graded, which was in direct contrast to Michael Gove's stance on the issue.
Posted by Alan Douglas