Pupil survey pack

Find everything you need to create your survey for primary or secondary pupils, and capture pupil voice. Use our statement bank and survey templates, and see examples from schools.

Last reviewed on 4 December 2023
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Contents
  1. Download our survey pack
  2. Don't just use a survey in the EYFS
  3. Example surveys from schools

Before you start, read our step-by-step guide to conducting an effective survey.

Download our survey pack

Whether you're using an online survey tool or sending out paper copies, you can save time with our statement bank. 

Simply copy the statements you'd like to use and drop them into your survey – or use 1 of our ready-made templates.

KeyDoc: pupil survey pack (EYFS and primary) DOC, 265.0 KB

You'll find questions on a range of subjects and topics, including:

  • Curriculum
  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • PE
  • Computing
  • Homework
  • Assessment
  • Safeguarding
  • Behaviour and attitudes
  • Personal development
  • SEN provision
  • Pupil premium
  • Leadership and management

Don't just use a survey in the EYFS

Piecing together information from a range of sources can be more effective than using questionnaires alone.

Our associate education expert Nina Siddall-Ward suggested that you could also try:

  • 1:1 interaction
  • Picture boards
  • Circle time
  • White board responses
  • Thumbs up/down activities
  • Puppetry
  • Story telling
  • Informal discussion
  • Cameras: asking children to take photos of what they like/have learned
  • Reflective practice in areas of play
  • Key worker feedback

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