Our parent surveys provide your school with essential feedback from all your parents and carers on the key aspects of school life.
Parents are an important part of the school community. Their thoughts and perceptions are an invaluable tool to help schools enhance their services and to provide the educational support and care that their children require.
Using our surveys, you will be able to provide invaluable evidence for your school self evaluation, school development planning and Ofsted inspection.
Once we’ve helped you to devise your survey, we’ll print, deliver and collect it, then we’ll analyse your results. The results are presented in clear colourful charts, both electronically and in hard copy. More importantly, your results will be with you within 7 working days.
All of our surveys can be conducted both online and/or on paper.
Use our standard surveys, bespoke the questions we provide or create your own! We can categorise questions to make your results easier to digest and your school logo can be added free of charge.
|Standard Survey Type|
|Parent & Pupil|
|Parent, Pupil & Staff|
|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.
“Just to let you know and to feedback to whoever, that the service your company have provided is excellent! I have never had such comprehensive feedback from any survey provider. I’m really impressed, it’s been worth every penny.”
“I would just like to say thank you for your speedy service. You took a weight off my mind and the end product is very professional. Thank you.”
“The inspection team were impressed by the surveys from parents and children – I shoved them in front of them! It was helpful to have the full survey as in an inspection you can’t guarantee a good turn out of parents returning questionnaires overnight. We’d had a good return when we did your survey.”
Ofsted and Surveying Parent Opinion
Inspectors have a statutory duty to have regard to the views of parents. The principal source of information that inspectors will use to access the views of parents is Parent View.
Where the response rate for Parent View is low, inspectors must take steps, during the inspection, to gather further evidence of the views of parents.
Inspectors will also have to take account of the results of any surveys carried out by or commissioned by the school. Inspectors must not come to any final conclusion on the basis of Parent View survey data alone.
The responses from Parent View will always represent a minority view and you will be in a much stronger position if you can demonstrate you have a much broader community view. Using our standard parent surveys will offer you the best way to do this cheaply and effectively.