Published on: 28 Feb 2018

Global Perspectives: Pupil Attitudes to Self and School Report 2018

Wellbeing is now top of the agenda across the globe. There has been a sea change in understanding about what makes a good school and the world has woken up to the fact that student wellbeing is now a huge part of the picture.

Looking at Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) data from over 95,000 students aged 7 – 16 in the Middle East and South East Asia, our analysis has found that one in ten children at international schools have attitudinal roadblocks to learning. In particular, a significant minority of students struggle with low levels of self-belief, a poor perception of their own capabilities and little confidence in their own learning.

Download the full report here.