Survey of British parents on behalf of Teach First on opinions about their choice of secondary school for their child.
- More than nine in ten British parents (93%) think it is important to their child / children’s future that they attend their first choice of secondary school for them.
- Four in five British parents (82%) say they are confident that their choice of secondary school will help their child / children get into a good job or good university.
- Three quarters of British adults with children aged 0-10 (72%) say that they would be likely to appeal the decision if their child / children didn’t get into their first choice of secondary school.
Date Published: 01/03/2017
Categories: Education | GB | Public and communities | Social
Client: Teach First
ComRes interviewed 2,017 British adults online between 10 and 16 February 2017. Data were weighted by age, gender, region and socio-economic grade to be representative of all British adults. All those British adults with children aged 0-18 (n=1,018) are referred to as “British parents”.