Students, families and staff of Northern Territory schools are invited to participate in the 2017 School Survey, to provide feedback on what schools are doing well and where they can improve.
The annual School Survey, which will be conducted until 1 September 2017, collects the opinions of students, families and staff about school performance, culture and services.
Chief Executive of Department of Education Vicki Baylis encouraged school communities to take part in the survey.
“The results of the survey will be used to identify ways schools can improve and celebrate what they are doing well, which will ultimately increase student outcomes.
“Feedback will be shared with school communities so they can gain a deeper understanding of their school and its services.”
The School Survey is a confidential online survey, which takes approximately 15 – 20 minutes to complete.
Printed copies of the survey are available for teachers, students and families who don’t have access to online facilities.
For more information on the School Survey visit NT Education's website.
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