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Attitude surveys

Download these evaluation surveys to help you on your Reading Schools journey

Type: Programme documentation
Level: Core, Silver, Gold
Audience: Primary, Secondary
Key area: 1.2.1 Reading leadership group, 1.2.2 Learner role modelling, 1.2.3 Visible staff role modelling across the school, 1.2.4 Staff development, 1.2.5 Staff knowledge of contemporary children’s literature, 1.3.1 Whole-school action plan, 1.3.2 School environment, 1.3.3 National events and celebrations, 1.5.1 Access to high-quality books, 2.2.1 Regular opportunities to read for pleasure, 2.2.2 Interdisciplinary book projects, 2.3.1 Modelling reading behaviours, 2.3.2 Staff meaningful conversations around books, 2.3.3 Creating learner social networks, 2.3.4 Opportunities for learners to respond to what they’re reading, 2.3.5 Access to authors, 2.5.1 Raising the profile of reading with families, 2.7.1 Partnerships within local community, 3.2.1 Rewarding progress and recognising personal achievements, 3.2.2 Monitoring progress
two children completing a learner attitude survey

Please share these evaluation attitude surveys with teachers, learners, parents, and carers to help you plan your activities, measure your Reading Schools programme's impact, and develop the programme in the future.

These surveys look at attitudes to reading and will help you to get a sense of:

You can use these surveys during your action planning process to help you decide what sort of actions and activities are best suited to your school community.

These surveys are also designed to measure the impact of your activities. To do this, use the surveys at the beginning of your Reading Schools journey and again at the end (and at any point in between if you'd like to check on progress). Comparing the data sets will show you whether reading enjoyment and frequency has increased and give you a sense of overall attitudes to books and reading.

We also have a shorter pulse survey which you can use more often with learners if you would like to measure attitudes more frequently. Please share these evaluation surveys with ten learners and staff members in your school to help us measure the impact of Reading Schools as part of your accreditation.

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