Rights Respecting Schools - adult survey

Your school is working towards a stage of the Unicef UK Rights Respecting Schools Award. It is important that we can see whether becoming a Rights Respecting School has a real impact on the people in the school community. We value your help in doing this.

The survey consists of seven multiple choice questions and a space to add your comments. It should take no more than 5 minutes to complete. 

By completing the survey online, the results go directly to the evaluation team at Unicef UK. We will let your school know the overall findings, but we will not pass on what you say directly unless required to for safeguarding purposes.

Please be honest as your feedback really helps us to provide the best possible support to schools and to keeping children healthy, happy and safe in the UK.

Thank you.

Please write in the name of your school.

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* 1. Please write in the name of your school.

Which of the following best describes your job role?

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* 2. Which of the following best describes your job role?

In general, I am treated with respect by other adults in the school

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* 3. In general, I am treated with respect by other adults in the school

In general, I am treated with respect by pupils in the school

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* 4. In general, I am treated with respect by pupils in the school

I feel comfortable talking to pupils about their rights

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* 5. I feel comfortable talking to pupils about their rights

I enjoy working at this school

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* 6. I enjoy working at this school

In general, pupils are actively engaged in the life of the school

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* 7. In general, pupils are actively engaged in the life of the school

Pupils can influence decisions made in the school

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* 8. Pupils can influence decisions made in the school

If you want to make any additional comments about your school, please use the space below.

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* 9. If you want to make any additional comments about your school, please use the space below.

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