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Staff Survey

STAFF QUESTIONNAIRE
This survey is anonymous, however, if a response suggests that someone is at risk of harm, then appropriate action will be taken.

Please answer all questions by clicking one box that indicates your level of agreement for each statement. Honesty is valued, even if you do not know the category, statement or department well.

If you tick disagree, please leave a comment as to why you disagree in the spaces below. This will help the Senior Leadership Team to understand the feedback in order to create change.

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The school meets the needs of pupils with particular needs, characteristics or disabilities.
The school promotes tolerance and respect for others, including those with protected characteristics
The school treats all pupils fairly, whatever their gender, faith, race or needs.
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The school listens to children and takes any requisite action.
The school deals promptly and correctly with any concerns about pupils’ welfare.
The school would deal promptly and correctly with any concerns about the conduct of adults towards children.
I would have no reservations about using the school’s whistleblowing policy if my concerns about a child are not being taken seriously.
My safeguarding training equips me to deal effectively with any concerns about pupils which may arise.
The school provides clear guidance to pupils and staff about keeping safe online.
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The school promotes good behaviour, including the appropriate and consistent use of rewards and sanctions.
The school recognises and deals effectively with all types of bullying.
The school has effective health and safety and safety procedures.
The school trains staff to respond appropriately to all types of fire emergency.
The school trains sufficient staff to respond appropriately to any medical emergency.
The school ensures suitable supervision of pupils during the school day.
The school ensures suitable supervision of pupils on off-site activities.
Staff receive adequate training to assess and mitigate any risks effectively.
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The leadership encourage staff to express their views about the educational and welfare provision.
The leadership respond effectively to any concerns raised.
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Pupils develop effective learning skills, including working independently and taking initiative in their learning.
Pupils develop effective decision-making skills both inside and outside the classroom.
Pupils display positive behaviour and attitudes towards others.
Pupils readily help and support others.
The governors (and/or the proprietor) support pupils’ achievements and personal development effectively.
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Boarding provides an effective balance of free time and activities in boarding time.
Boarders with any particular needs are supported effectively.
Boarding practice helps pupils to settle in well when they start boarding.
Boarders are able to contact friends and family easily.
Boarding areas are secure and access is suitably controlled.
Boarders are provided with adequate food, including snacks and drinking water.
Boarders are suitably looked after if ill or injured.
Boarding accommodation, including social and washing areas, is comfortable.
Procedures for fire drills for the boarding accommodation are known and carried out effectively.
The boarding experience supports pupils’ academic progress.
The boarding experience contributes effectively to pupils’ personal development.