Research and analysis

Social care questionnaires 2018: what children and young people told Ofsted

Ofsted uses questionnaires to capture views about social care settings, including children’s homes, boarding schools and living with foster carers and adopters.

Documents

Social care questionnaires: data on children's responses

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Social care questionnaires: data on adults' responses

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Ofsted uses the responses, along with other information like previous inspection findings or concerns, to decide when to inspect and how to focus inspections.

The questionnaires we sent out in 2018 differed slightly from previous years. We reduced the number of questions we asked and focused on the most important things we wanted to know about. The questions were thematic and more consistent across all the groups we addressed.

This is the fourth year that we have published data and the questionnaire responses report. This year, for the first time, we have also published data for all adult responses.

Published 27 February 2019