Student wellbeing across your group

Our attitudinal surveys provide a picture of student wellbeing across your group that will help identify any hidden barriers to learning and support your pastoral care.
How can we help
  • Uncover your students’ attitudes towards school and learning - Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS)
  • Find out how your students learn best in order to personalise interventions - Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4)
  • Identify ‘at risk’ students who may require intervention and further support - Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS)
  • Discover which students may require tailored support and target your interventions - SEN Assessment Toolkit (SENAT)
  • Identify EAL students and those struggling with their literacy in order to intervene early and aid their success - Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4)
  • Group-wide reporting and a dedicated team of advisors - to ensure you get the most from your data
If you can’t get your school to be a place where the kids feel safe and happy, you’re doomed to failure – so you have to address the children’s attitudes to school, first and foremost.

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