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updated on 29 November 2021
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Everything you need to create your staff survey – a statement bank covering a range of topics (now including your school's response to coronavirus), plus a survey template and a letter to staff. See examples of staff questionnaires used by 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 – there's also a template if you need it, plus a letter to staff.

KeyDoc: staff survey pack

Our statement bank covers a range of topics:

  • Curriculum
  • Assessment
  • Safeguarding
  • Behaviour and attitudes
  • Personal development
  • SEN provision
  • The pupil premium
  • Leadership and management
  • Staff wellbeing
  • Your school's response to coronavirus

See examples of staff surveys

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