We were running a quick poll amongst our Community Co-op Members and on Facebook, with the promise to participants to let all our MPs know the results to pass on.


We went public yesterday afternoon.


I realise a statement has just been made which is great news but hopefully this shows how quickly The Community Data Co-op can engage with the community and how in the future, as we grow, it could be a very useful panel for you to support and engage with. Some topline results are below.


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Best regards

Quentin Founder Member

And the top-line results were (45 responses):


Q: I think my local school will have originally made the right assessment for their pupils' A levels and GCSEs?

Strongly agree 39%

Agree 55%


Q2: The algorithm created by Ofqual is a good way of making fair decisions regards pupils' grades.

Strongly disagree 80%
Disagree 17%


Q3: Ofqual doesn't trust teachers to grade pupils correctly.

Strongly agree 48%

Agree 39%


Q4: Pupils' grades should be at least the same as those they achieved at mocks.

Strongly agree 50%
Agree 36%


Q5: The government is in the process of messing up 000s of pupils' education and futures.

Strongly agree 82%

Agree 11%


Q6: There is still time for the government to put things right

Strongly agree 64%

Agree 32%