Only for Schools

A webinar for school staff who want to understand more about the mental health and wellbeing of pupils in their school. The webinar explains Wellbeing Measurement for Schools

  1. Find out how pupils in your school are feeling with a validated pupil survey that assesses their emotional wellbeing, mental health and resilience.

  2. Understand the wellbeing of your staff and how they feel about the support systems in school as well as their knowledge of mental health and wellbeing and confidence to support pupils.  

  3. Compare your data with data from children in other schools. Our analysis and reporting help you to identify successes and strengths as well as challenges and areas to develop further. 

The webinar includes the following:

  1. How do we measure pupil wellbeing?

  2. How do we measure staff wellbeing?

  3. How do we show the results?

  4. How do we support schools?

  5. And how do you get started?

  6. There will also be time for participants to ask questions. 

This is a great opportunity for schools who are interested in using Wellbeing Measurement for Schools to find out more. 

In collaboration with the Evidence Based Practice Unit, we offer Wellbeing Measurement for Schools, a comprehensive approach that allows schools to understand areas of strength and challenge for their pupils and staff. The approach is suitable for primary and secondary schools, with age-appropriate surveys for children from Year 4 to Year 11 as well as staff survey. 

The Pupil Survey Reports helps you to:

  • Consider areas of strength and/or helping pupils reflect on their positive qualities

  • Evaluate progress against targets in your School Improvement Plan and identify future proprieties

  • Understand context when considering academic data for these year groups.

Your Wellbeing Measurement Staff Report shows how staff may be feeling and how this compares with staff in other schools. It helps you to: 

  • Identify priorities for staff training

  • Understand how work may be affecting staff wellbeing 

  • Identify how best to support your staff team

As well as being a service offer to schools, this approach is part of a research project overseen by UCL. The research will develop understanding of the relationship between contextual factors and wellbeing and will enable the needs within populations and communities to be better understood and support more effectively planned. Findings will be published and shared with participating schools.

For information regarding Wellbeing Measurement for Schools, please click here


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Sally Marriott

Regional Officer

A skilled project manager with extensive experience of business transformation and improvement initiatives within multiple organisational settings ranging from grass roots voluntary to county wide commissioning partnerships. Previous roles have enabled the refining of interpersonal and communication skills to improve engagement with key stakeholders and partners throughout all stages of a project. Increased knowledge and understanding of outcomes measurement and evaluation tools and techniques, specifically within children and youth services, has been gained through more recent experiences. An excellent facilitator with strong influencing and negotiation methods, ensuring the best outputs and outcomes for any work.

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