Better understand the opinions and needs of your learning community with our standard and bespoke surveys, which can be completed online or on paper.
Our pupil surveys help to prepare you for Estyn’s pre-inspection pupil and learners’ questionnaire and provide essential feedback from all your pupils on the key aspects of school life. Feedback from your pupils will provide invaluable evidence for your school self evaluation, school development planning and Estyn inspection.
Estyn’s pre-inspection parent and carer questionnaire makes it even more important for schools to know what all their parents think. Use our surveys to gather your parents’ views on topics such as their relationship with the school, leadership and management, children’s wellbeing, and more.
The most valuable asset a school has is the people who work within it and it’s vital to gather their views if continuous improvement is to be maintained. Our staff surveys cover topics such as staff wellbeing and ensure you’re well prepared for Estyn’s teachers and support staff questionnaire.
We offer a range of surveys on a wide variety of topics and issues important in education today, including governor surveys, cluster surveys, pupil learning surveys and more. We can also create completely bespoke surveys tailored to your organisation.
“This is absolutely brilliant and I am so delighted with the feedback which is so positive after only being a new school one academic year. I look forward to the copies arriving as it will save me printing it all off!! Thanks again, great, efficient service and I will certainly recommend you to my colleagues in other local schools.”
|Standard Survey Type|
|Pupil + Parent Survey|
|Pupil, Parent + Staff Survey|
|If you require a particular combination of surveys or require a bespoke survey, please contact us.
*For schools with 1300+ pupils, please contact us for a quote.
“I just wanted to send a final thank you for all your support. We now have the hard copy of our results, and had a great discussion and action planning session at our last governors Away Day. It has really helped us focus on some of the key areas for the school. We also agreed that conducting the survey for a minimum of a further three years would also help us.”