Wellbeing Survey
This is a wellbeing survey for all years in St.Paul's College. Most questions are done on a rating scale, where 1= strongly disagree, 2= disagree, 3=somewhat agree, 4= agree and 5= strongly agree
What year are you in? *
ACTIVE
It is important to be physically active?
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I perform well in physical activity
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Physical activities are an important part of life in St.Paul's
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
How often do you participate in physical activities?
How do you travel to school?
Is there any other activities you would like in the school?
Your answer
Responsible
I know how to make healthy eating choices
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school helps me make the right healthy eating choices
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I eat breakfast every day
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school values health and wellbeing
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
If a classmate was experiencing difficulties I would be able to tell them how to get help
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school teaches me to avoid substance abuse i.e. alchohol/cigarettes/drugs
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Connected
I feel that St.Paul's College is a happy and welcoming place
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I feel a sense of belonging in St.Paul's College
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I feel safe when I am at school
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I understand that my behaviour has an impact on my friends, my family and my wider community
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school teaches me how to care for the environment
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I often participate in school events
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I feel that my teachers care about me as a person
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
School is a positive factor in my life
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Resilient
My school teaches me how to cope with emotional problems
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I am aware of the anti-bulling policy in my school
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school teaches me how to tackle bullying
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
There is someone in the school I can talk to when I am feeling down
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
I know what the student care team is
My school teaches me to deal with relationships and sexuality
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Who do you first turn to for support when feeling down?
Respected
I feel respected and valued when at school
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
The school is comfortable, warm and bright
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
There is adequate space for our breaks
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
The student council allows student's views to be heard
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
If I had a problem I could approach a teacher and they would listen
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
The rules in my school are fair
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Sometimes, in school, I am treated unfairly because of my race/gender/sexual orientation/religion
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My teachers accept me as I am
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Aware
I feel I know what is important in my life
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
When I am making a decision, I always weigh up the pros and cons of my choice
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
My school gives me the skills I need to improve as a learner
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
When I am upset I think about the cause of my feelings
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
What do you do when you feel stressed or anxious?
What could the school do (realistically) to improve your time in St.Paul's College?
Your answer
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