A variety of reporting tools are available within three school days of closing your survey: One-Click Report, Trend Reports, Interactive Charts and Open-Ended Question Responses (Snapshot 2 only). You will also receive a Student Engagement Thematic Report.
This quick-and-easy PDF report is ideal for Principals and School Coordinators who want an overview of up-to-date, accurate information in seconds. The preconfigured format of the report shows school-wide, year level and sex* results for each measure with NSW TTFM norms provided for context. A quick glance at each measure makes it easy to spot patterns or anomalies.
The Trend Report provides you with the ability to:
- Analyse changes between different surveys
- Measure the impact of policy or practise changes over time
- Explore how different populations (e.g., by year or sex) contribute to the overall trend
See our How to Interpret Trend Reports article.
These dynamic charts enable Principals and School Coordinators to quickly conduct in-depth analysis. Principals and School Coordinators can look at the results by subpopulations within a school such as year level, sex, language spoken at home, Aboriginal status, or any other drill-down criteria your school has added to the survey. Administrators can also add comparison lines and data from previous years' results to create charts which will help to support or identify priority initiatives.
Open-Ended Question Responses
Snapshot 2 (Terms 3 and 4) will allow you to add Open-Ended Questions to your school's survey allowing students to express their open and honest opinions anonymously. You can review their responses through the Open-Ended Questions Report. Results are viewable through a 'word cloud' tool, providing the ability to focus on frequently mentioned topics or filter by year level or sex.
See our Open-Ended Question Responses article.
Student Engagement (primary and secondary)
With leading-edge indicators on social, institutional, and intellectual engagement, this report provides Principals and School Coordinators with powerful data. Rather than making decisions based on hunches or on feedback received from a small group of students in a school, Principals and School Coordinators have a reliable report that quantifies the findings.
* In the reports, the term "sex" stands for the biological sex of the person at birth, not the "gender" that the person may identify themselves with.