Children’s rights survey
How Rights friendly is your school?
This term’s mission is a survey which can be completed by all key stage 2 children and all teaching staff.
If you’re a teacher in a secondary school, go to our secondary school survey page.
It will enable your school to see how pupils experience their rights, in the form of an individualised school report.
To take part in the survey a teacher (usually your Ambassador link teacher) will need to send us a quick email so we can allow Snap Surveys to send your school a link and your own unique code.
Not signed up to our scheme? Not to worry, it’s quick and easy to get started.
The survey closes on 15th June, after which your school will receive your own school report that summarises the responses.
The more staff and children that complete the survey the more accurate your results will be!
You can use the report to set your children’s rights targets for the next year.
Your school can also use the report to inform approaches to Wellbeing and to Care, Support and Guidance as required by the Estyn Common Inspection Framework 2017
The survey is based on the Commissioner’s children’s rights framework for schools in Wales.
School reports are confidential to each school and the Children’s Commissioner’s office receives data that is anonymised. For more information about how this data will be used and for guidance around how to use this survey download our Guidance Notes for Teachers or contact us.
Your school data
Snap surveys will receive your information and generate your report.
The Children’s Commissioner office will then be sent an anonymised report summarising the information we’ve received from across Wales.
We will use the anonymised data to identify good practice in Wales, and to identify themes across Wales that will help us to support schools.
This anonymised information will also help inform the Children’s Commissioner for Wales’ priorities for children and young people.
Please send us an email so we can send you your unique code.