Given how dire so many are, it is often hard to know how (or whether) to respond to a questionnaire, even when it is in your area. A sense of responsibility says, do it; the need for quality of life retorts, don't be daft. A long time ago now, a colleague was faced with a questionnaire that had a tear-off corner which showed his unique response number – the idea being that he could remove this if he wished anonymity of response. As the instrument in question was right down there with UNESCO / UNECE standards of Absolute Direness, he decided to throw the questionnaire away, but return the tear-off corner.
Oddly, perhaps, I was reminded of this when I read a response from a parent to an investigation of a school-based initiative that was encouraging the child to discuss xxxx at home (a popular obsession, this school to home transfer, as you know).
My child’s involvement in xxxx has had Zero impact (non, nil, zilch) on discussions at home. This is a good thing as time given over to this, to meet the latest government fads is time taken away from real education (by which I mean liberal education rooted in subject-based knowledge, but I doubt you would understand that).