"...the only question to cause a problem was 'has everyone got a pen?" Supervisor's notes following a school survey
We carried out a customised staff survey recently and this document explains the approach.
All staff were invited to take part in a well-being survey. The questions were devised by the school with our advice on wording and layout.
The survey included questions on:
The policy background
This appendix pulls together the principal recommendations from a variety of government documents relevant to PSHEE in schools.
Since the formation of the new Government in May 2010, the importance of these documents has been eclipsed, but we are happy to provide this file.
Please check other sources for any new guidance from Government departments
In 2006, we were asked by Stonewall, the lesbian and gay lobbying organisation, to host an online survey about homophobic bullying.
Over 1145 young people from across the UK took part in the survey.
The key findings were:
OFSTED have a view that "Rigorous self-evaluation is at the heart of effective school improvement". The self-evaluation form (SEF) introduced alongside the Framework for the inspection of schools mirrors the evaluation schedule used by inspectors.
The SEF is used by inspectors before the inspection to help identify where they might need to focus their efforts.