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The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is inviting students to take part in completing the Student Success Survey, which was last completed in 2019. The survey asks children in Grade 4 to 12 about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey will be completed in classrooms between April 15 and April 30, 2021. The Student Success Survey is a provincial survey of students in all schools in the Province of Nova Scotia from grades 4 to 12. The survey asks students demographic questions and asks about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey does not ask for students’ names and is not intended to identify individual students. This is an opportunity for these students to have their voices heard to improve their schools. The results will be shared with TCRCE and used for future student success planning. If you have any further questions about

Student Success Survey 2021

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is inviting students to take part in completing the Student Success Survey, which was last completed in 2019. The survey asks children in Grade 4 to 12 about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey will be completed in classrooms between April 15 and April 30, 2021.

The Student Success Survey is a provincial survey of students in all schools in the Province of Nova Scotia from grades 4 to 12. The survey asks students demographic questions and asks about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey does not ask for students’ names and is not intended to identify individual students.

This is an opportunity for these students to have their voices heard to improve their schools. The results will be shared with TCRCE and used for future student success planning.

If you have any further questions about this survey, please contact your child’s school.