SPS Mathematics Department - (10T6)

This survey forms part of the Maths department's commitment to 'pupil voice'.
Please consider each question carefully as your responses are very important to us.




Does your teacher explain things clearly?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher say "Well Done" when you do some good work or try very hard?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher seem enthusiastic about maths?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher show they know the subject well?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher encourage everybody to take part in the lesson?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher expect high standards of work from you?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher explain what the rules are when working in the class?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher expect high standards of behaviour from you?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher quickly go over the work you have just done?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher make it clear what you are expected to do and learn each lesson?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher summarise what you should have learnt each lesson?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set the right amount of homework?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set work which is too hard?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set work which is too easy?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher give you enough time to complete work satisfactorily?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher give opportunities to make choices and decisions about the work you are doing?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher help you by going over the work you have just done at the start of the lesson?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher try to find out what you already know before starting a new topic?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher tell you what you will be doing next lesson?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher treat boys and girls in the same way?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


When you are unsure, do you feel comfortable asking for help in front of others in the class?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


when you are unsure, do you feel comfortable asking your maths teacher for help individually?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Do you set yourself targets based on your maths teachers comments?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set maths homework according to the timetable in your planner?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set different types of homework? (e.g. exercises, reading, learning, corrections etc)
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set homework which is too hard?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher set homework which is too easy?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher mark and return your homework within two weeks?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher use the school marking policy (as displayed in the classroom)
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher write comments on your homework
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher write comments on your classwork?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher write comments which you understand and find useful?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


Does your teacher tell you or write in your book what you can do to improve?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never


At parents' evening, do you find your maths teachers comments helpful?
Always
Often
Sometimes
Never