Create and log actions driven by survey insights
Let your insights guide your improvement actions and interventions, log them in Pulse and monitor their impact.
Log all your improvement actions in one place and align them directly with the feedback you receive from your stakeholders.
Monitor over time
See if the measures you put in place are a whether your actions are a short term fix for an issue or a long term solution.
Share best practices
Use feedback trends to see which measures are working and share them as best practice with other schools in the district.
How it works
Get the evidence to show you’ve made the right changes for school improvement.
Review your insights
See a downward trend in your survey scores for a key area? Explore and create an action to improve it.
Log your actions
Add the action in Pulse and link to a key priority area, assign to a group and set a timeframe and budget.
Monitor the impact
Review the actions and track trends from Pulse's surveys to see what impact your action is having.
Align your actions with your SIP objectives
Use your survey insights to drive your school improvement priorities.
Align your actions
Map stakeholder feedback to your SIP and ensure that the objectives you set will meet the needs of the school and the community.
Plan from insights
Use insights from Pulse engagement surveys to inform the priorities and actions you create in your school improvement plan.
Track your progress
Ensure your SIP is on track to meet your objectives by adjusting existing actions or creating new from the feedback you receive.
This is awesome. I can export the results from our student wellbeing survey with one click and compare results week on week.
Science Skills Centre SchoolPrincipal
The surveys are easy to access and complete. Our staff and students can use email or Google Classroom and they also work on all devices.
Nelson Island SchoolPrincipal
The survey took very little time and the interface was student friendly. The students especially liked using the sliding scale with the different faces instead of numbers or words, that made it easier for them.
Regent High SchoolHeadteacher
In talking to the students they preferred this method of delivery over the paper and pencil version that we had used in the first few surveys we conducted. The feedback from the students was positive and they liked having a voice in the school.
Hardenhuish SchoolICT Support Manager
Enjoying seeing Pulse develop as it gives us lots of interacting valuable data.
Pulse gives an equal voice to every staff member, which they did not have before using this.