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Wellbeing and Attitudes to Learning: Survey and Strategies is an online profiling tool to support the wellbeing and academic development of KS2 pupils. Trialled on a nationally representative sample of over 3,800 pupils, this evidence-based programme offers KS2, class and individual strategies for improving areas of pupil wellbeing to ensure all children reach their full potential.
The Wellbeing and Attitudes to Learning survey helps to assess 4 areas of pupil wellbeing and gives schools ideas and strategies for improving these areas:
• Online pupil survey (takes 20 minutes to complete)
• Lesson plans
• Whole-KS2, year group, class and individual reports
• 30+ evidence-based strategies
• Supporting case studies
• Administration guidance - including information for working with parents and best practice for using the tool
Wellbeing and Attitudes to Learning: Survey and Strategies will allow you to demonstrate that your school is adopting an evidence-based approach to improving children's academic wellbeing.
Research shows that children with low levels of wellbeing struggle with school-based sources of stress (Scrimin, et al. 2016) and wellbeing is generally related to positive development (Sun, et al. 2016). There is a need to integrate approaches to pupil attainment with attention to pupils' mental health if achievement is to be improved (Allen, et al.)
Professor Clare Wood
Professor Clare Wood, Nottingham Trent University. Previously Director of the Centre for Research in Psychology, Behaviour and Achievement at Coventry University. Clare is concerned with understanding the factors that impact on educational achievement.
Doctor Carlo Tramontano
Doctor Carlo Tramontano, Coventry University. Carlo's most recent work focused on the study of how individual factors (e.g. self-efficacy) influence work stress and unethical behaviours at work.
Doctor Helen Johnson
Doctor Helen Johnson is a full time Educational Psychologist and previously worked as a Research Associate at the Faculty Research Centre for Advances in Behavioural Science at Coventry University. Helen's research is concerned with factors that can impact on children and young people's ability to succeed in education.