Annual Parent Surveys

Read our latest Annual Parent Survey, which looks into 'Parent views from the education pandemic front-line'.

Parent Voice Report 2021

Parentkind's Parent Voice Report is the result of our Annual Parent Survey that researches parents' experiences and perceptions of their children's education and schooling on an annual basis. This is the seventh wave of the survey since it began in September 2015. The study continues to track perceptions of key aspects of schooling, education and parent voice from year to year.

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Annual Parent Survey 2020

We have published ‘Parent views from the education pandemic front-line’ – a new research report based on findings from its Annual Parent Survey 2020.

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Annual Parent Survey 2019

Parentkind's vision is that the contribution parents make to their child's education is considered essential to their success by society, schools and parents themselves. To achieve this, and to strengthen parent voice in the discussion of education topics, we find out what parents really think about the issues that directly affect them.

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Annual Parent Survey 2018

Parentkind’s Parent Insight Survey 2018 looks at parents’ attitudes and opinions on a number of topics related to their children’s education.

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Annual Parent Survey 2017

Our Parent Survey 2017 is the third consecutive year that we have canvassed the opinion of a wide sample of over 1,500 parents who have a child currently attending a state school. Our respondents are independent of our PTA membership base.

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Annual Parent Survey 2016

Our Annual Parent Survey 2016 report that we have released on Tuesday 31st January 2017 revealed a concerning lack of engagement with government education policy despite an apparent desire by parents to be more involved in their child's education.

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Parent Poll 2015

Read our 2015 Parent Poll which revealed that 85 per cent of the parents surveyed who have a child aged five to 18 in state school want a say in how their child is educated.

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