Thanks for your interest in Wellbeing Measurement for Schools.
We've created a webpage setting out the steps involved in participating in the programme. Please read this carefully here.
1. Complete the registration form (Sections 1-11)
To participate, please complete our online registration form by clicking the link below. As well as general information about your school such as name and address, you will be asked for specific information including your school DfE number. Remember, the pupil surveys are available for years 4 to 11 and are designed for pupils in mainstream schools in the UK.
2. Download and sign school agreement and send signed school agreement back to email@example.com.
The school agreement includes all the necessary information you require regarding data protection and the consent process. This needs to be signed by someone in the school with appropriate authority, probably the Head Teacher, Deputy Head or equivalent. You can view a copy of the School Agreement here. The school agreement link is available after you completed the registration form.
3. After the signed school agreement has been shared with us, the Headteacher will receive an invoice via email to complete the registration process. The registration is only complete after payment has cleared.
The cost for the pupil survey is £300 + VAT per year group for Year Groups 4 - 6 and £400 + VAT per year group for Year Groups 7-11. This is per year group regardless of size or school setting, including the Wellbeing Measurement Report, which will evaluate and summarise data per year group. The Staff Survey costs £300 for primary schools, £400 for secondary schools and £400 for all-through schools. There is no limit to the number of staff who can be included in the survey. The Staff Survey can be completed alongside the Pupil Survey or on its own.
Ready to register?
(We use MailChimp for our online registration and the payment processing company Stripe for programme payment)
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?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a college, PRU or Special School, international school or want a group of schools to participate.