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Parent and School Stakeholder Survey Pack

Parent and School Stakeholder Survey Pack

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Thinking of conducting surveys to support school improvement and aid you and your team in leading change? Whether you’re hoping to gather feedback about a particular area of your school, aiming for an overall summary or unsure where to begin, this School Stakeholder Survey Pack can support you throughout the process.

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What's included in this bundle?

A comprehensive guidance pack with accompanying templates to help you design and administer surveys, audit your provision, assess the wellbeing of your staff and pupils and interpret your findings with clear direction and purpose.

Also included is a step-by-step data-focussed worked example on a real-life stakeholder survey around behaviour, bullying and pupil safety. Use it to upskill yourself and your team and be sure to run through the type of questions Ofsted will ask parents, staff and pupils so you can triangulate all of the evidence and aid your school improvement journey.

When you make your purchase, you'll receive a ZIP file containing the whole pack, including: 

  • 24-page Guidance PDF in full colour containing all the guidance, research and information you need.
  •  A low-colour, print-friendly version of the same PDF.
  • A comprehensive 15-page Worked Example on Analysing and Triangulating Survey Data.
  • 17 fully editable and easy-to-use templates that can be adapted for your setting. These include:
  1. Survey Templates
  2.  CPD Survey
  3.  Survey Feedback Action Plan
  4.  Survey Letter Templates
  5.  Pre-Survey Checklist
  6.  Parent Engagement Audit
  7.  Parent Engagement Action Plan
  8.  Parent Engagement Checklist
  9.  Parent and Carer Survey Next Steps
  10.  Question Banks on:
  • Leadership and Management
  • Quality of Education 
  • Personal Development 
  • Behaviour and Attitudes 
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing 
  • Safeguarding 
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  • SEND 

Who will find this resource useful?

Headteachers, deputy headteachers, assistant headteachers and members of the senior leadership team wishing to develop their understanding of planning, preparing, administering and analysing feedback and data. This is also a highly useful opportunity to support professional development for middle leaders who may wish to utilise this pack to survey their areas of responsibility.

What questions does this pack have the answers to?

Gathering and analysing feedback from all school stakeholders is essential to ensuring you and your team continue to provide the best possible offer for your school community. This pack will guide you through what surveys are, why they’re important and how you can utilise the feedback to aid school improvement.

We’ll also give you ideas for how you can create your own surveys for all stakeholders, including staff, parents, carers, pupils and governors, giving you everything you need to feel confident about the process of planning, administering and analysing survey responses and feedback.

Key questions answered:

  • Why conduct a school survey?
  • How should I choose the purpose and audience of a survey?
  • When should I send out a survey?
  • How can I decide what questions to ask in a stakeholder survey?
  • What survey format should I use?
  • How can I avoid inconsistencies and pitfalls when conducting surveys?
  • How can I encourage survey participation from all?
  • What other ways can I gather feedback?
  • What should I consider when administering a survey?
  • Why do the survey results need to be analysed?
  • What if the survey results are negative?
  • Who should I share the survey analysis with?
  • What is the best approach to sharing survey feedback with the school community?
  • How should survey findings be presented?
  • How can I ensure survey feedback is accessible for all stakeholders?
  • How can I use survey findings to aid school improvement?
  • What will Ofsted inspectors do to gather the views of parents, pupils and staff?
  • What is Parent View?
  • What’s included in the Parent View survey?
  • What will the Ofsted survey ask staff?
  • What will the Ofsted survey ask pupils?
  • How will this information be used?
  • How can I use Parent View prior to an inspection to gather views?
  • How can we encourage parents to complete the Parent View survey?
  • What if survey feedback indicates apparent issues?
  • How can I use Parent View data to drive improvement in my school?

What else can help me?

View Honeyguide's other resource for 'Working With People' to see how we can help you.