The suite of School Opinion Surveys are undertaken each year by the Department of Education and Training to obtain opinion information from parents/caregivers, students and school staff. The surveys are designed to help schools identify what they do well and how they can improve. Responses are confidential.
The School Opinion Survey suite is comprised of five individual surveys:
Opinions on the school, student learning and student well-being are sought from a parent/caregiver in all families and a sample of students from each state school.
Opinions on the school as a workplace are sought from all state school staff and principals. Additional questions are included for teaching staff on their confidence to teach and improve student outcomes, while principals are also asked their confidence to lead the school, including improvements in student outcomes.
The 2016 School Opinion Survey is now closed. Thank you too all parents/caregivers, students and staff who took part and contributed to this year's survey.
Survey results are located on the results page.
Additional information about the surveys is located on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
This page was last reviewed on 05 Dec 2016 at 10:06AM