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Monitor KS2 pupils' attitudes to learning and implement strategies to help improve four key areas of pupil wellbeing: positivity, motivation, self-efficacy and resilience.
Assess pupils with an online multiple-choice survey, taking no longer than 20 minutes.
Identify strengths and weaknesses with instant online reports for groups and individuals.
Choose from 30+ strategies developed by Coventry University and Nottingham Trent University for follow-up support.
Reassess pupils throughout the year to demonstrate the impact of selected strategies.
Learn how Wellbeing and Attitudes to Learning can help support pupil wellbeing.
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If schools are looking for a cost-effective, evidence-based programme to support the wellbeing of pupils, this can help. Class strengths and weaknesses are easily identified and it gives teachers the tools they need to address/develop the areas of concern that have been flagged up.
The survey is useful as some children find it easier to answer a question online rather than to voice their true opinion verbally to an adult. It has clear data at the end of the survey which uses easy-to-view colour coded results.
It has the potential to give a real insight into how children are feeling in school. It was really interesting to see what the children were putting, especially children I already had concerns about. Some of their responses really surprised me, as did some of the achieving and confident children who had put they didn’t feel like they could achieve in class, or ask questions.
We can then track children over time and not only address any areas of concern but hopefully evidence that children are enjoying school and that they’re motivated and happy in themselves.
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Author Professor Clare Wood explains what Wellbeing and Attitudes to Learning is and how the tool was developed.