A variety of Tell Them From Me (TTFM) reporting tools are available within three business days of closing your survey, enabling your school to target interventions promptly after surveying. The following reporting tools come standard with TTFM student surveys:

One-Click Reports
For ease of accessing results, our ‘one-click’ report provides an overview of all measures in an easy-to-read, dynamically generated PDF. This report enables up-to-date and accurate information on feedback from your school community. A quick glance at each measure makes it easy to spot patterns and variances.

Thematic Reports
Thematic Reports are four-page reports generated by the evaluation system in a PDF format to allow convenience in sharing with school staff and parents. The content of the first three reports includes the following focus areas:

Bullying and School Safety

A report developed in response to the growing awareness of how important a safe school environment is for a student’s learning and well-being.

Student Engagement

With leading-edge indicators on social, institutional, and intellectual engagement, this report focuses on measuring student disposition towards functioning in school, learning and working with others.

High School Completion

This report uses a wide range of measures to form predictions surrounding the likelihood of students completing high school. It allows your school to identify specific populations of at-risk students and gain a deeper understanding of the factors contributing to students that drop-out.


Career Pathways

The critical process of career planning starts in early childhood and intensifies during adolescence. The Secondary Student Survey provides insight into your students’ aspirations and career knowledge, and shows you what factors they consider obstacles to employment.

Teacher & Parent Insight Reports
The Teacher and Parent reports provide insightful and practical information in PDF format, which can be easily integrated into your school’s improvement initiatives. Both reports use ‘radar’ charts, which present averages for each measure on a 10-point scale. For closer analysis, breakdowns of the average point scale or the percentage for each response are also provided where appropriate.