School Surveys

This page holds the results of the social norms surveys, known as the How Are You? - Survey by schools. We carry out the annual survey in our secondary schools to learn about the changing behaviours of young people as they get older.

The analysis of the survey helps us provide a personalised approach to the support required by our schools, so they can teach an effective and meaningful PSHE curriculum.

Results for 2022:

Year 10

Results for 2021:

Due to Covid we missed two years of surveying the young people, so we surveyed three year groups in 2021 to see the impact of Covid in young people, Year 7, Year 9 and Year 11.

Year 7    Year 9    Year 11                                          

Results from March 2019


Annual SEND Survey

Our aspiration is for every child and young person in Swindon to be safe from harm and abuse, be enabled to reach their full potential and develop skills for life, enjoy healthy lifestyles, and be a happy and active member of the community.

We want every child and young person with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) to make excellent progress through access to high quality support.  This means having sufficient and good quality services and provision that responds to local need and that the right help is available at the right time.

To achieve our aims we know that everyone needs to work together to plan services and this means listening to parents/carers, young people and the people delivering the services about what is working well and what could work better.

The purpose of this survey is to ensure we have a way of annually measuring opinions and experiences of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) services in Swindon from those receiving and delivering help, advice and support. 

The results can be viewed via the following link: Swindon Local Offer - Annual SEND Survey