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Last updated on 3 June 2019
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Pupil questionnaires can be one way of involving pupils in decision-making as well as measuring how effectively a school is meeting needs. Get some guidance on how to use them effectively and see some examples from other schools.

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  1. Surveys can help you involve pupils in decisions
  2. Decide whether a survey is the best option
  3. Keep your involvement strategic
  4. Adapt our template teaching and learning questionnaires 
  5. See examples from schools

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