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  • Exit questionnaires for parents and pupils: primary Are there examples of exit questionnaires for pupils and parents? We link to exit surveys aimed at pupils and parents of pupils who are leaving different stages of primary education. You will find examples from nursery, infant and primary schools.
  • 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.
  • Parent survey pack Everything you need to create your survey – a statement bank covering a range of topics, a survey template and a letter to parents. Plus, examples from schools.
  • Parent View: questionnaire content Find out which questions Ofsted asks parents in its Parent View questionnaire, and learn what happens if the questionnaire identifies apparent issues.
  • Pupil questionnaires: attitudes to reading Are there questionnaires to find out pupils' attitudes to reading? We link to pupil questionnaires on reading for primary and secondary pupils. You will find a link to another article on promoting reading across the school.
  • Pupil questionnaires: attitudes to writing (primary) Are there questionnaires to assess pupils' attitudes to writing? In this article we link to examples of pupil questionnaires about attitudes to writing from a practitioner, an LA and a literacy charity. We also link to questionnaires that look at the attitudes of particular groups of pupils to writing.
  • Pupil questionnaires: online safety, cyberbullying and social networking Are there pupil surveys on online safety? We link to examples of questionnaires for pupils of different ages that include questions on online safety, cyberbullying and social networking. You will also find questionnaires for parents, and a video on educating primary pupils about social media.
  • Pupil questionnaires: teaching and learning Are there pupil questionnaires on teaching and learning? This article features KeyDoc questionnaires on teaching and learning, and advice for using them in special schools. You will also find guidance on monitoring pupils' understanding of their learning, and questions for pupils on the use of TAs.
  • Pupil questionnaires: wellbeing With assuring pupil wellbeing likely to be at the top of your agenda post-lockdown, see examples of pupil questionnaires used to assess overall wellbeing, bullying, physical activity and healthy eating. Use our pupil survey pack to help you write your own.
  • Pupil survey pack Everything you need to create your survey – a statement bank covering a range of topics, a survey template and a letter to pupils. Plus, examples from schools.
  • Pupil surveys: subject specific (primary) Are you a subject leader looking to survey your pupils? Download our statement bank – it covers a range of subjects, and includes a survey template and letter to pupils. Plus, see examples from schools.