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Attitudes to Learning

Questionnaire Name
Description
Key stage
Attitude to Reading (Primary)
School Library Association, National Literacy Trust, Bounce Together
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Created by the School Library Association and in conjunction with the National Literacy Trust, this survey captures information about reading habits, perceptions and attitudes; ultimately enabling you to create a measure of a pupil's reading engagement and enjoyment levels. When paired with a wellbeing survey (such as SCWBS / WEMWBS), it enables you to look at the correlation between a pupil's attitude to reading and their wellbeing; and consequently make informed choices and interventions where necessary.
KS1
KS2
Attitude to Reading (Secondary)
School Library Association, National Literacy Trust, Bounce Together
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Created by the School Library Association and in conjunction with the National Literacy Trust, this survey captures information about reading habits, perceptions and attitudes; ultimately enabling you to create a measure of a pupil's reading engagement and enjoyment levels. When paired with a wellbeing survey (such as SCWBS / WEMWBS), it enables you to look at the correlation between a pupil's attitude to reading and their wellbeing; and consequently make informed choices and interventions where necessary.
KS3
KS4
The National Literacy Trust are a charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK, who run projects in the poorest communities, campaign to make literacy a priority for politicians and parents, and support schools. Run every year since 2011, the Annual Literacy Survey aims to find out reading habits, attitudes and opinions of children through the UK. The Annual Literacy Survey is normally available to participate in at the beginning of the year. Contact the NLT for more information on the link below to see how you can take part!
KS2
KS3
KS4
"Created by the National Literacy Trust, this is the first survey to explore aspirations and literacy. The report revealed that good literacy skills could be the key to helping young people and adults overcome barriers, by giving them the confidence to pursue their aspirations. This survey explores (1) How young people and adults define aspirations; (2) What the aspirations of young people and adults are; (3) What influences the aspirations of young people and adults; (4)What the perceived barriers for achieving aspirations are, and how these change over time; (5) How young people and adults see the role of literacy in achieving their aspirations"
KS3
KS4
Created by the National Literacy Trust, this is a survey for secondary school children on how their reading skills are shaped by video games. Based on research by the National Literacy Trust in 2020: Video games can provide young people with a route into reading and improve confidence in reading skills; Video games can encourage young people’s creativity through writing; The shared cultural experience of playing video games was found to support positive communication with friends and family; Video games can have potential benefits for increasing empathy; Video games can play a role in supporting young people’s mental wellbeing; The benefits of playing video games for young people’s literacy were found to be strongest for boys and reluctant readers
KS3
KS4
This survey, created by Ludworth Primary School, is designed to find out more about the feelings and attitudes of pupils towards home learning and to help you understand and support their wellbeing, now that they have returned to school.
KS1
KS2
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