Pupil Perceptions survey

The Pupil Perceptions survey can provide powerful indications of the health of your schools and the specific concerns, wellbeing and safeguarding issues of your pupils.

check_box Pick up important safeguarding issues
check_box Understand possible barriers to learning for individual pupils and particular groups
check_box Plan and implement informed and targeted interventions using the survey data
check_box Raise attainment and accelerate progress
check_box Prepare cogent self-evaluation evidence for Ofsted (including evidence of the impact of the pupil premium)
check_box Argue cases of lower-than-expected attainment and progress with reference to both individuals and groups

For schools & multi-academy trusts

Pupil Perceptions helps MATs evaluate the overall health of their schools, pick up important safegaurding issues and improve pupil wellbeing.

  • Use Readiness for Learning scores to raise attainment and accelerate progress
  • Compare school data to other schools and the national average
  • Identify and risk assess pupils who require extra support
  • Triangulate pupil data with school staff and parent perceptions and concerns
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For Virtual Schools

Virtual Schools can exercise their strategic role extension by using the Pupil Perceptions data to track children in care and children with a social worker, enabling them to take evidence-based action.

  • Discreetly gather data from children without making them feel singled out
  • Identify issues that children with social workers face
  • Compare results against national data to highlight gaps
  • Triangulate pupil data with that from school staff and other professionals
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Readiness for Learning score

Readiness for Learning (RfL) is a single score calculated from the responses of each child, providing an overall indication of their wellbeing and likely preparedness for academic progress. RfL is designed to give you a quick way to identify pupils who may require intervention, and provide a convenient single figure that can be set against data on attendance, attainment, background and other issues.

Using this system, we were able to collect data that started to give us some answers that we'd never ever seen before from our students. The reports have been very useful. The quality is excellent, information is very accessible and all staff have been able to use the data very quickly.

Giles Osbourne, Deputy Head, Pent Valley Technology College

Easy to use

Completed by almost 500,000 pupils to date. Conduct the survey efficiently online, no installation required.

In-depth analysis and comparison

By comparing the RfL Indices of different groups of pupils (by gender, ethnic groups, attendance levels, FSM pupils, children in care and special educational needs), schools can build up a detailed picture of vulnerable groups, the problems that they face and how targeted interventions could help.

How it works

1. Receive a list of logins: only your school will be able to match them to individual pupils.

2. Distribute logins to each pupil and direct them to the survey, where they can log in and complete their responses.

3. The survey should take 15-25 minutes to complete.

4. Receive data, reports and analysis when the survey is completed.

This programme provides a way of identifying why children were not making progress, identifying their barriers to learning, so we can address them and help them to overcome them.

James Tibble, Assistant Head, Linden Grove Primary School

PDF sample reports

These PDF reports summarise the results of the survey in a convenient and presentable format.

Overall report (secondary)Individual pupil report (primary)Individual pupil report (secondary)

Spreadsheet sample report

This is a complete Pupil Perceptions spreadsheet which can be interpreted and used for further analysis.

Spreadsheet report (secondary)

Spreadsheet sample report with attainment and progress

The spreadsheets include blank columns for you to include pupils' attainment and progress data, so that you can analyse how the issues covered by Pupil Perceptions affect academic achievement. Download a sample primary spreadsheet with attainment and progress data added.

Spreadsheet with added data (primary)

At the Park Academies Trust, we have used Pupil Perceptions to screen all students' views of their own mental health and wellbeing. This has enabled us to tailor the curriculum according to particular needs that have arisen in the community.

David Williams, Assistant Principal (SEND), The Park Academies Trust (Swindon)

What you can expect

With Anspear, you will never be on your own. We are always on hand and are committed to the success of your support and intervention programme. With our Pupil Perceptions survey, you can expect:

build Initial survey setup
supervisor_account Anonymity and confidentiality
contact_support Technical support and guidance
support_agent 9am–5pm phone/email support

Get in touch

To get started with our Pupil Perceptions survey or find out more, please get in touch using the form below or give us a call.

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