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Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Review

Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Review

Pupil experience in schools and multi-academy trusts

Pupil experience in schools and multi-academy trusts

Introduction

The mental wellbeing of children and young adults has been an area of increasing concern in recent years,
compounded by the onset of the global pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and school closures.

In the summer of 2021, Trusts across England were invited to participate in the Edurio Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Survey. Over 45,000 pupils from 165 primary, secondary and all-through schools took part between May and July 2021 in the most suitable way for them - either on school devices or at home, and some with
the support of an adult to read the questions.

The survey takes a comprehensive look at key elements of pupil experience at school, enabling school and Trust leaders to understand pupils’ needs and priorities and design strategies to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. The
survey covers topics from the learning environment and learning excellence to wellbeing and safeguarding and
captures demographic data to help understand how the experience differs for pupils of different ages, genders
and ethnicities. This report is based on the survey responses of over 45,000 pupils from 165 schools in the 2020/2021 school year.

This report is based on the responses of over 45,000 pupils from 165 primary, secondary and all-through schools. The survey takes a comprehensive look across key elements of pupil experience at school, enabling school and trust leaders to understand pupils’ needs and priorities and design strategies to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.

The report focuses on wellbeing, a topic that has grown in importance in recent years. It is also the area where scores were lowest in the wider Learning Experience and Wellbeing survey. The report also includes commentary from Daniel Muijs, Geoff Barton and Anna Menzel.

What you will find inside the report

The Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Review report focuses on wellbeing - a topic that has grown in importance in recent years. It is also where scores were lowest in the wider Learning Experience and Wellbeing survey. Featuring commentary from industry experts Daniel Muijs, Geoff Barton and Anna Menzel, this report provides key facts and insight into:

  1. Which pupil groups show the lowest wellbeing rates,
  2. The correlation between wellbeing at school and pupil gender,
  3. What part of pupils are happy to be studying at their school,
  4. How loneliness affects pupil wellbeing

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Pupil Learning Experience and Wellbeing Review

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