Pupil and parent surveys
- How to conduct an effective survey Use our step-by-step guide and grab-and-go statement banks to save time and get the insights you need from parents, pupils and staff.
- Online safety: pupil questionnaires Use these age-adaptable questionnaires to survey your pupils on e-safety and what they do online, so you can better plan your curriculum.
- Parent survey pack Find everything you need to create your survey – a statement bank covering everything from SEN to safeguarding, a survey template and a letter to parents. Plus, see examples from schools.
- Parent View: questionnaire content and next steps Find out what Ofsted asks parents in its Parent View questionnaire and what happens if it identifies apparent issues. Learn how you can use the data to drive improvement in your school and explore our resources for helping you address negative feedback.
- Pupil questionnaires: attitudes to reading Use our pupil questionnaire and template for the analysis of results to find out how your pupils feel about reading, so you can identify strengths and areas for improvement in your reading provision. See examples of questionnaires from other schools.
- Pupil questionnaires: attitudes to writing Use our pupil questionnaire and template for the analysis of results to find out how your pupils feel about writing, so you can identify strengths and areas for improvement in your writing provision.
- Pupil survey pack Everything you need to create your survey for primary or secondary pupils – a statement bank covering a range of topics and curriculum subjects, and 2 survey templates. See also examples from schools.
- Pupil voice questions: teaching and learning Use our question banks for primary and secondary pupils in Key Stage (KS)1 through to KS4, to help you talk to your pupils about their learning in class or in focus groups.
- Wellbeing: pupil questionnaires Use these age-adaptable questionnaires to survey your pupils on their wellbeing so you can identify and address areas of concern. Topics covered include bullying, depression and low mood, self-esteem, and equality and inclusion.