Votes for Schools

Seaford Head School recently introduced an on-line survey system through the provider Votes For Schools. 

 

Every week there is a new topic for students to discuss during tutor time and the results of student votes collated and reflected in graphs, as shown.  

 

These results also show how SHS votes compare with other schools regionally and nationally.

Term 3

13—20  January

 

Students discussed and considered the question, “Should politicians use Twitter more to communicate with members of the public” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

20 - 27 January 

 

Students discussed and considered the question, “Should the law require us to speak out if we see people doing wrong?” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

27 January to 3 February

 

Students discussed and considered the question, “Can money buy happiness” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

11 - 24 February

Students discussed and considered the question, “Do we need more female scientists and engineers ?” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

Term 4
24 February - 3 March

Students discussed and considered the question, “ Can music change politics ?” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

3 - 10 March

Students discussed and considered the question,“ Is Donald Trump making us question all news ?” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

10 - 17 March

Students discussed and considered the question,“ Does the United Kingdom have a drug problem” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

17 - 24 March

Students discussed and considered the question,“ Should the UK donate more money to countries in crisis?” during tutor time. 

 

Currently awaiting data graphs for the results provided from Votes For Schools.  

20 - 27 January 

 

Students discussed and considered the question, “Should the law require us to speak out if we see people doing wrong?” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

3 - 10 February

Students discussed and considered the question, “Do we treat strangers differently online than in real life” during tutor time. 

See the graphs below for the results provided by Votes For Schools.  

Seaford Head School
Arundel Road, Seaford

East Sussex, BN25 4LX