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Exit surveys for year 6 pupils

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Last updated on 24 February 2017
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What could we ask pupils at year 6 exit interviews? We look at four examples of exit/leavers' questionnaires from primary schools. They include questions on what pupils have enjoyed and how the school could improve. We also link to an article on the role of governors' in using pupil voice.

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  1. 1 Exit questionnaires for pupils
  2. 2 Pupil voice: the role of governors

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