The Pupil Safeguarding Review

Gain a Deeper Understanding of Your Pupils’ Safeguarding Experience. Sign up now to participate with your trust or school this Autumn.

Edurio and The Key are launching England’s largest safeguarding review. If you would like to better understand the impact of your school and trust’s safeguarding efforts, participating in The Edurio Safeguarding Survey can provide the feedback you need.

✅ Evaluate your trust's safeguarding strategy at scale
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Uncover aspects of safeguarding not covered by policy audits and incident trackers
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Gain practical ideas to improve safeguarding across your schools
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Contribute to national research that guides policy and practice

The new Edurio pupil safeguarding diagnostic, designed with trust safeguarding experts, will provide insights on factors contributing to a safe environment, the level of safety felt in various school settings and pupils' understanding of what to do if they feel unsafe.

Edurio helps over 2,000 schools in England carry out regular pupil, parent, and staff surveys in order to build organisations where people thrive.

Research topics

The survey is designed by Edurio in partnership with a group of experts ranging from trust safeguarding leads, to safeguarding audit specialists and research experts. The survey instrument is based on practitioner interviews and validated with pupils.

Main areas of the Edurio Safeguarding Review survey

Access to help
Pupils’ level of comfort with seeking help if there is an issue, whether they know how to seek help, and any barriers there may be to doing so.

Feelings of safety
How safe pupils feel in different environments and situations, including physical spaces within and outside of school, and different relationships and interactions.

Levels of understanding
How tolerant pupils feel their school is towards different groups, topics and issues, and whether there is anything they would like to learn more about.

Access to knowledge
Whether pupils know what’s acceptable in relationships of different sorts, and how well this is supported by the curriculum in their school.

Cost of participation

We have designed the project so that any school can take part at no cost and get access to the insights that can help guide your work. There are two ways of participating in the research:

Free Safeguarding
Paid safeguarding

Register your interest today! 

If you are interested in learning more, we would be happy to schedule a video call to discuss the Safeguarding Review in more detail.

During the call (30-45 minutes) you will:

  • have a look at the survey questions
  • get to know the data collection process
  • experience Edurio results exploration
  • receive answers to any additional questions you may have

Please note that the meetings will be held in August and September.

About The Research Authors

The Key is the leading provider of support for schools and trusts. The Key's whole school approach gives leaders one trusted source to turn to for any challenge, equipping them with highly accurate, expertly synthesised and context-rich resources, guidance and CPD. Over 4,000 schools use The Key's safeguarding service to support DSLs and every member of staff to get safeguarding right, every time.

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Edurio is the UK’s leading stakeholder feedback platform for schools. We run research projects in the UK and internationally and create guidance reports for school leaders and policymakers. Edurio’s survey platform allows easy feedback collection from pupils, parents and staff members on important topics.

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