28 Mar 2017

Some examples of Good and Outstanding schools using staff surveys

Here are a couple of recent Ofsted reports on Good and Outstanding schools, where the inspectors have commented on the school's use of surveys to get feedback from their staff (and parents and pupils):

St Bede's Catholic Comprehensive School uses staff questionnaires to find out what their staff think:

At Wallington County Grammar School, an Outstanding school, the Ofsted inspectors commented about how leaders listen to views of staff (and parents and pupils), and welcome feedback. One easy and effective way to solicit feedback from staff is by using a regular, anonymous online survey.


About the author: Bruce Greig is an entrepreneur and has been a school governor since 2011. He served as Chair of Governors through two Ofsted inspections and four headteachers. He set up SchoolStaffSurveys.com after discovering how enlightening an anonymous staff survey can be and decided to make it easy for every school to run them.

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