Staff wellbeing questionnaires

See some example questionnaires that you can pass on to your headteacher so you're confident you have an accurate picture of how staff are feeling right now.

Last reviewed on 28 February 2022
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Contents
  1. Your school leaders will carry out the questionnaire
  2. Examples
  3. Trustees: suggest a central approach
  4. Your school leaders will analyse the results and plan next steps 

Your school leaders will carry out the questionnaire

Staff surveys and questionnaires are operational tasks, so keep your involvement strategic.

To recap, you should work with the senior leadership team (SLT) to:

  • Shape the questions, to make sure you get the information you need
  • Identify strategic priorities based on the results of the survey
  • Account for the success of any new plans or strategies put in place as a result of the survey

Leave the operational aspects to the SLT. This will include:

  • Carrying out the survey
  • Collating the results
  • Implementing actions or plans to address any issues raised by the survey
  • Reporting back to you on how the new initiatives have gone

Find out more about your role in staff surveys here.

Examples

Anna Freud Centre

Is evidence based Uses validated questions Includes guidance about how to run

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