Pupil internet survey

Pupil internet survey

In preparation for Safer Internet Day on February 7th 2017 schools are being invited to take part in a pupil internet use survey.  This is an initiative from Naace’s partner Catshill Learning Partnerships.

Pupil Internet Use Survey

Schools across the UK are being invited to take part in a national survey of internet use by pupils when at home.  Brett Laniosh from Catshill Learning Partnerships, who are carrying out the survey, said that the results will provide valuable information to schools on the range of hardware such as laptops, tablets, consoles and smart phones being used by young people. The survey is supported by education technology association Naace.

About the survey

Once signed up, schools will be sent a survey form that will be completed in each class during the Autumn 2016 term.

Each class will be shown a number of devices and pupils will be asked to show by raising their hand which they use at home. No personal information will be collected; only the number of devices used .


Once each class has carried out the survey, schools return the numbers for each year group to Catshill Learning Partnerships. The numbers will be collated for each school with the national results published in time for Safer Internet Day on February 7th 2017.

To sign up and for more details http://www.catshill.com/pupil-internet-use




Sally Tippett

Sally was previously and ICT advisor for Staffordshire LA with responsibility for Emerging Technologies, ICT in Literacy, iPads and liaison with the managed services team. She is a highly experienced educator, having worked across the Key Stages in primary school and as a specialist teacher in an EBD school. Sally has written the Primary Computing Framework and works with many schools implementing the new curriculum and embedding mobile technologies.

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