Review & Continue

We hope the stakeholder feedback survey process has been a positive experience for you and your school or trust. As a feedback organisation, we think reviewing the process itself is important to reflect on what worked and what could be improved next time. So, remember to take a moment to review the various parts of the stakeholder feedback survey journey. Do this with your team to get a variety of input and a clearer understanding of how the different roles and responsibilities played out when executing your plans.

How did the survey process go?

By reviewing the process of the survey you will know what to keep and what to change so things go more smoothly the next time you plan a survey.

How to celebrate our achievements?

Think about ways you can thank people who were involved, how you can recognise those people who went the extra mile, or who made the most progress. Celebrating the success of hard work creates a collective growth mindset, showing everyone that with dedication and a clear plan, school improvement and change can be achieved.

Just say it

Almost no effort involved, but lots of boosted morale!

Share success stories

Emails, newsletters, social media, etc. that share success stories with others.

Pay it forward

Give an opportunity for people to share their gratitude for those who helped them or went the extra mile recently in their work.

Get together socially

Sometimes, even a quick get-together that doesn’t have added work pressure can give people a breath of fresh air.

Organise a team event

Celebrate by organising a bigger team event, doing something special and possibly out of the ordinary.

Set up a hall of fame

Consider ways to highlight staff members for their achievements, but be mindful that the process is fair and representative. Let staff members vote for the “colleague of the month!”

Have an awards ceremony

If you want to go above and beyond, you can host a ceremony to celebrate your success. Depending on the budget, you can get staff members involved in creating the celebration (a great team bonding activity in itself), or you can outsource the work and give them a grand surprise!

Where to go from here?

A continuous cycle of evidence-informed school improvement can bring your school or trust from good to great. Our hope is that you will be able to take these steps and integrate them into the culture and daily practices of your organisation - focusing on the right kind of evidence, translating that into an action plan and building a culture of collaborative inquiry.

The processes we describe in this material are bound to require some adaptation for your needs as you go through the steps.


The context of each school or trust will require modifying your approach, cutting some parts and expanding others, but we hope that these guidelines are a good start. We would love to hear your feedback and stories of school improvement at hello@edurio.com.

If you are interested in reading more about feedback and organisational change systems, we suggest these resources:

Good luck on your journey towards school improvement!

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