JKHS Mental Health Survey Results

The JKHS Parent Network is in no way officially affiliated with or run by JKHS.
It is and always will be completely independent

A survey was undertaken to see what people feel about how John Kyrle High School when it comes to Mental Health at JKHS.

Below are the results of this survey, which was done in late 2018 and into 2019.

It reveals how the people felt about various aspects of how the school deals with or affects mental health.

First time here? Please read about the request for a simple public meeting with the John Kyrle Headteacher Nigel Griffiths and his senior staff about Mental Health at JKHS. All that's being asked for is a meeting to discuss what the school does that does work, what it does that doesn't work, and what it could do. Over 300 concerned people have signed a petition asking for this simple meeting, and so far JKHS have refused to attend, with the headteacher admitting he has not spoken to even one person who is concerned even though 100s of people are wanting a meeting.

Take a look around this website, and make sure you regularly visit the News Section to find out the latest.

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Have you taken a look at the 2nd Open Letter to JKHS yet? If not, please go take a look at it. Also, please read the original Open Letter.