Voice of Schools Survey
Service Children in State schools (SCISS
) is a voluntary affiliated network of state-maintained schools in England that have any number of Service children on roll.
SCISS are asking all schools in England with one or more Service children on roll to help shape their priorities and key messages for stakeholders by taking part in this consultation. They want to represent the voice of your school at a national level.
Service families are encouraged to spread word to their schools
to complete an online ‘Voice of Schools’ survey before they break up for the summer holidays.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SCISS_VoiceofSchools
A report on the findings and how schools have contributed to making a real difference to Service pupils nationally will be published in the Autumn term.
SCISS is led by a National Executive Advisory Committee (NEAC) comprising of headteachers; Local Authority officers/advisers; representatives from the three Armed Forces Families Federations and representatives from the Service Children Progression Alliance (SCiP), the DfE and the MOD’s Directorate for Children and Young People (DCYP) Global Education Team.