Student Wellbeing Survey
It is important to stress to that wellbeing is a process and a lifelong journey and may never be fully realised. The purpose of this survey is to allow students to reflect on their wellbeing, to identify areas of wellbeing that they can improve and to provide information and insights for the staff about how they can better support learning for and learning about wellbeing.

Below are the questions on the six indicators of Wellbeing:

Active *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I am a confident and skilled participant in physical activity
I am physically active on a regular basis
Responsible *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I take action to protect and promote my wellbeing and that of others
I can make healthy eating choices
I know when my safety is at risk and I make the right choices to protect myself
Connected *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I feel connected to my school, my friends, community and the wider world
I understand how my actions and interactions impact on my own wellbeing and that of others, in local and global contexts
Resilient *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I feel confident in myself and have the coping skills to deal with life’s challenges
I know where I can go for help
I believe that with effort I can achieve
Respected *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I feel listened to and valued
I have positive relationships with my friends, my peers and my teachers
I show care and respect for others
Aware *
Yes
To some extent
Not yet
I am aware of my thoughts, feelings and behaviours and I can make sense of them
I am aware of my personal values and can think through my decisions
I am aware of how I learn best and know how I can improve
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