This Keele Pupil Survey has been commissioned by Sir William Robertson Academy and will be administered and evaluated by the Education Survey & Research Service.
This is not a test. The questions are designed so that you can let us know how you feel about yourself as a student, how you feel about your school, and how you feel your parents/carers and teachers help you in your school life. Please try to complete each section fully.

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* I am in school year:

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* I am:

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* For statements 1 to 17 are they true or false for YOU?

  true false
1. I am usually happy at school
2. Most of my teachers really listen to what I have to say
3. My parents/carers help and advise me with my school work
4. I often take part in school activities at lunchtime or after school
5. My teachers often act as though they are always right and I am always wrong
6. Most of my teachers set homework regularly (each week)
7. At home I have access to a PC, tablet or laptop to help me with my homework
8. I often count the minutes until the lesson ends
9. We have opportunities outside of lesson time to do extra learning activities or extra study
10. I enjoy being taught by most of my teachers
11. Even when I am at school I sometimes deliberately miss lessons
12. At home I have computer access to the Internet
13. My teachers take the time to explain things
14. At home there are books (dictionaries, reference books, etc.) for me to read or look things up in
15. My teachers mark my homework regularly
16. I usually work as hard as I can in school
17. My teachers take time to discuss my progress with me, and advise me how I can improve my work

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* For questions 18 to 33, please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements:

  strongly agree agree not sure disagree totally disagree
18. My teachers encourage me to work hard
19. Most of the lessons can’t end soon enough for me
20. This school is a good school
21. Using electronic media (e.g. PCs, tablets, laptops) in the lesson makes the work more interesting
22. Most of the time I do not want to go to school
23. Most of the teachers seem to enjoy teaching us
24. The pupils here encourage each other in lessons
25. Most of the teachers here are respected by the pupils
26. School work here is dull and boring
27. There are lots of activities (sport, drama, etc.) to take part in at lunchtime or after school
28. Certain pupils in class are favoured by my teachers more than the rest
29. School rules are fair and reasonable
30. It makes good sense to stay on in full-time education after you are 16
31. In class, I enjoy working in groups with other pupils
32. Most teachers use a variety of ways of teaching to help us understand and learn
33. When we use electronic media (e.g. PCs, tablets or laptops) in lessons, I learn more easily

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* For questions 34 to 39, please indicate how often:

  always often sometimes rarely never
34. The teachers praise me when I have tried hard
35. Other pupils make fun of people who work hard
36. I behave badly at school
37. My teachers try to get the best out of me
38. Other pupils make my life miserable
39. I feel I can go to a teacher with a problem

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* For questions 40 to 45, please indicate how often:

  often sometimes rarely never
40. We have a teaching assistant/other adult helping the teacher in lessons
41. This year, I have missed school without permission from school (truanted)
42. My parents/carers look at the work I have been doing in my books
43. I borrow books from the library at school or elsewhere
44. Other pupils have asked me to miss lessons with them
45. My parents/carers ask about what I am learning at school

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* For questions 46 to 50 please indicate how often:

  every day every week sometimes hardly ever never
46. My parents/carers check that I do my homework
47. Pupils at my school try to disrupt lessons
48. I get so interested in my work I don’t want to stop
49. This year, I have been bullied by other pupils
50. This year, I have seen other pupils bullied

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* For questions 51 to 54, please indicate how often:

  every lesson most lessons sometimes hardly ever never
51. I use electronic media (e.g. PCs, tablets or laptops) in lessons to help me with my work
52. I have books and resources (worksheets, notes, etc.) to take home to help me do my homework
53. The teachers explain clearly what I am supposed to learn in the lesson
54. I leave the lesson thinking I have learnt a lot
For statements 55 to 64 choose the answer nearest to what YOU think:

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* 55. My abilities as a student are:

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* 56. The school buildings are (select only one response):

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* 57. My parents/carers come to school: (mark all that apply)

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* 58. How many hours homework I do each week:

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* 59. Most things I work on in school are:

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* 60. Most of the homework I am given to do is:

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* 61. With most teachers the discipline here is:

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* 62. To me, most of the work I do in school is:

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* 63. This year I have got on well with:

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* 64. If I could choose which of my lessons to go to this term I would choose:

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* For questions 65 to 77, please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements:

  strongly agree agree not sure disagree totally disagree
65. This school is giving me a good education
66. This school encourages pupils to adopt healthier lifestyles
67. Pupils are encouraged to eat healthily and drink water at regular intervals
68. This school helps me to set realistic targets for academic improvement
69. This school encourages pupils to develop self-confidence and make the most of their abilities
70. Pupils are consulted and listened to (e.g. through a School Council) when decisions are made about the school
71. The education this school is giving me is helping me to prepare for working life
72. This school provides good careers education and guidance
73. It is important that pupils are encouraged to do regular sport and physical education
74. It is important that pupils are educated at school about health risks (e.g. smoking, taking drugs)
75. It is important that the school has good policies for dealing with bullying or discrimination at school
76. It is important that this school recognises and rewards good work or behaviour
77. It is important that pupils are encouraged to take part in voluntary activities to support the community or environment

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* For questions 78 to 80, please indicate how often:

  always often sometimes rarely never
78. This school supports pupils who are the victims of bullying or discrimination
79. I resist pressure from others to behave badly
80. I feel safe at school

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* If you have any additional comments to make, please type them in the box below.

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