Tell Them From Me (TTFM) provides survey instruments designed to easily collect insight from students, teachers and parents.

Primary Student Surveys

The primary student surveys have been designed with a focus on students in Years 4 to 6. Students in these years are provided with additional visual on-screen features that are designed to help them at all reading levels.

Measures in the following domains are provided:

  • Social-Emotional Outcomes
  • Physical Health Outcomes
  • Academic Outcomes
  • Drivers of Student Outcomes
  • Demographic Factors

Depending on the measures selected for the particular primary student survey, the following thematic reports are available:

  • Bullying and School Safety
  • Student Engagement

Secondary Student Surveys

The secondary student surveys have been designed with a focus on students in Years 7 to 12. The TTFM Secondary Student Surveys provide your school administrators with reliable and timely data on student engagement and well-being as well as the drivers of student outcomes.

Measures in the following domains are provided:

  • Social-Emotional Outcomes
  • Physical Health Outcomes
  • Academic Outcomes
  • Drivers of Student Outcomes
  • Demographic Factors

Depending on the measures selected for a particular secondary student survey, the following thematic reports are available:

  • Bullying and School Safety
  • Student Engagement
  • School Completion

Teacher Survey

The TTFM Teacher Survey is an effective tool designed to gather reliable insight from teachers and further increase school effectiveness. This online survey instrument allows teachers to provide input on school improvement initiatives in an anonymous manner. This planning tool includes eight measures, shown below. These measures assess the traditional aspects of classroom and school effectiveness and there is strong evidence of their effects on student achievement.

  • Leadership
  • Collaboration
  • Learning Culture
  • Data Informs Practice
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Technology
  • Inclusive School
  • Community Involvement

Parent Survey

The TTFM Parent Survey helps to clarify and strengthen the important relationship between parents and schools. Insights into parent and staff communication, activities and practices at home, and parental opinions build an accurate and timely picture schools can use for practical improvements. The survey is anonymous, voluntary, and easy-to-use. It is based on a comprehensive questionnaire covering several aspects of the parents’ perceptions of their child’s experiences at home and school. The survey collects information on the following topics:

  • Parents Feel Welcome
  • Parents are Informed
  • Parents Support Learning at Home
  • Support for Learning
  • Support for Positive Behaviour
  • Feeling Safe at School
  • Inclusion
  • Parent Participation at School
  • Bullying and Exclusion
  • Time Spent Doing Homework