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The steps involved in participating in the Wellbeing Measurement for Schools programme are set out on the Step for Schools page.  Please read this carefully here: 

Steps for Schools

Wellbeing Measurement for Schools aims to help schools to review and support the wellbeing of their pupils and staff by providing schools and their partner organisations (e.g. local authorities, associated charities) with anonymised reports of survey findings and to carry out research into the use of wellbeing surveys in schools to support the wellbeing of pupils. The research is approved by the UCL Research Ethics Committee (reference number 16139/001).

Not a mainstream school or outside the UK? 

The Wellbeing Measurement Pupil Survey is intended for use by mainstream schools in the UK. 

If you are a college, PRU or Special School you may find these resources useful: 

Wellbeing Measurement Framework for schools

If you are a multi-academy trust or would like a group of schools to participate, please email us at 


If you have any queries, please take a few moments to read through the Frequently Asked Questions page. 


If you do not find an answer to your query please email us at


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