The Pupil Attitudes to Self and School Survey (PASS) is used by schools across the world to help identify barriers to learning, in order to ensure student wellbeing and positive outcomes.
To assist teachers with the data once the survey has been taken, we've created a range of interventions. All the interventions are aligned to the nine attitudinal factors in PASS, including feelings about school and confidence in learning.
The interventions are written by an expert and contain practical advice and solutions designed to help you address problems students may be struggling with. They'll also give you guidance as to how these problems may present in the classroom and an overview of the research underpinning the different approaches suggested.
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