Here are the results of a recent questionnaire that pupils took part in regarding Echo. We will be looking further into the results to try to improve Echo as much as we can, taking on-board your ideas. Thank you to everyone who took part!

Here are the results…

Written By Georgia Davies and Nik Pearson

1. What do you think of the layout of Echo?

  • Love-                            10%
  • Like-                             90%
  • Strongly Dislike-        0%
  • Dislike-                         0%

2. How often will you visit Echo?

  • Everyday-                     10%
  • Every Other Day-        30%
  • Once a Week-               50%
  • Once a Month-             10%
  • Never-                            0%

3. Do you like Head Teacher’s Corner?

  • Love                                5%
  • Like                                 85%
  • Dislike                            5%
  • Strongly Dislike            0%

The remaining 5% said they had never seen or visited Head Teacher’s corner.

4. Is there anything you would add to Echo?

Students made the following suggestions of things to add to Echo:

  • ‘A place for students to comment on Echo.’
  • ‘Game Corner’
  • ‘Interviews and News’
  • ‘More pupil involvement’ e.g. reviews
  • ‘Notifications of house events on the homepage.’
  • ‘More news on the homepage.’

5. What is your favourite part of Echo?

  • Pupil Post-                25%
  • Student News-         15%
  • House News-            30%
  • Competitions-          20%
  • Councils-                   0%
  • Reviews-                    10%
  • Fundraising-             0%

6. What is your least favourite part of Echo?

  • Pupil Post-                  5%
  • Student News-           10%
  • House News-              10%
  • Competitions-            5%
  • Councils-                     40%
  • Reviews-                      25%
  • Fundraising-               5%

7. Any Other Comments?…

The additional comments that students made were:

  • ‘Just keep doing what you’re doing!’
  • ‘The more posts the merrier!’