Webinar 2: Student wellbeing: measurement and interventions
4 August 2021, 13:00 BST/17:30 IST
- Can we measure wellbeing?
- What can the data tell us?
- Digging deeper
- Practical interventions ready to use
Following the disruption of the last year, student wellbeing is at the front of school leaders’ thoughts. Anecdotally, some students have thrived while studying remotely, while others will have missed the immediacy of support from teachers and may have lost confidence as a result.
The Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) wellbeing measure removes the guesswork - focusing on three broad areas – how a student feels about themselves, their engagement with the curriculum, and their feelings about school. New interventions, designed specifically to address the challenge of a prolonged absence from school, will help teachers to identify the right approach to support affected students.
In this webinar, we discuss how schools can use this data to identify students at risk, and how to put a structured well-being programme in place to evaluate the impact of subsequent interventions.