Pupil Attitude Survey (PAS)
The Tower Hamlets Pupil Attitude Survey focuses on pupils’ views and experiences on health and well-being, staying safe, the use of technology, local community and plans for the future. As the only comprehensive platform where young people from the borough can share their views and experiences of their lives, the survey provides invaluable data.
The latest survey found that 9 in 10 primary pupils and 4 in 5 secondary pupils say they feel safest mostly at school. For a full detailed analysis, read the borough report
The 2015 survey found that 9 in 10 pupils say they feel ‘quite safe’ or ‘very safe’ in school. The borough report contains detailed analysis on a range of other topics.
Results from the first PAS showed that 8 out of 10 pupils say their school is giving them useful skills and knowledge. The full detailed analysis is outlined in the borough report.
The higher education journey of young Tower Hamlets residents
This report was produced by London Councils with Continuum, University of East London and the London Borough of Newham and is part of a London-wide programme of research around destinations of young Londoners. The report provides analysis of the higher education journey of young Tower Hamlets residents aged 18-24 years, from their pre-HE institutions, through their higher education study, and on to their graduate employment destinations.
Parent and carer survey
The Parent and Carer Survey was first to compliment the Pupil Attitude Survey and to find out what types of support would be helpful to parents and carers in the borough. 177 parents and carers took part in the 2017 survey. It found that over half of parents and carers say that more help to support their children's learning would improve their family life. The full report below contains the results on a range of other topics.