Enhance how you track and monitor wellbeing

Monitoring wellbeing in primary schools

The tools you need to measure, understand and enhance the wellbeing of the entire school community.
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"It is worth the cost just to pick up on one child who  has fallen under the radar!"
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Mrs Pearson
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The largest collection of evidence-based surveys

Measures produced with expertise that you won't find anywhere else. We have the largest repository of surveys around, that are specially selected for schools.
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MEASURE WHAT MATTERS

Pick a survey that meets your needs

Using a survey that suits the needs of your school is crucial to ensuring you are able to make the most from your results. We'll help you to do this.
WHAT WE KNOW

Children in every class are going under the radar

Implementing early intervention strategies in schools are crucial for promoting student success, enhancing school culture, and fostering a supportive learning environment
5 in 30
Children struggling to cope with their emotions
20%
The percentage of children with a probable mental health condition
50%
of all mental health conditions start by the age of 14
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TAKE PROMPT ACTION
We help you to ensure no child slips through the net.
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Smart alerts
The system alerts you to individual pupils that may be struggling or that respond to questions in a certain way.
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Flexible settings
Tweak the score range and question answers to suit your needs
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Customise notification
Ensure the right people on your team are notified. Instantly.
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Linking to CPOMS / Safeguarding
Use the Alerts in Bounce or configure alerts so they're sent straight into CPOMS. Or both!

Bounce Alerts

Instant notification to alert you to pupils that may need that extra bit of support.
WE HAVE THE RESULTS... WHAT DO WE DO NEXT?

Powerful, easy uses for your data that drive outcomes for your school

Have your results summarised in a meaningful way, in the context of a school. View your results by years, classes, demographics, all in one standardised format.
Your reports are RAG-rated, which will help you to spot trends across your school and ensure support is provisioned in the right areas.
Look at the results of your wellbeing survey at the individual level, to help your pupils reflect on their answers and to help you structure your conversations with them.
KNOWLEDGE CENTRE

Save countless hours planning your next steps

Utilise a knowledge-centre filled with expertly crafted materials to help you implement interventions with key groups of children and individuals.
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Trusted by hundreds of schools

But don't just take our word for it! Read how our schools are using BounceTogether to drive improvements across the curriculum.

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Protecting and safeguarding
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Evidence to Governors, SLT, and Ofsted

"If you are not happy, you can't learn! BounceTogether is pivotal to my pastoral role. I do a lot of one-to-one work and the surveys make this measurable for me"

Head of Pastoral

"The results were like 'really', 'oooh', 'need to get in there', 'need to look at this', 'we weren't expecting that'"

Mental Health Lead

"Starting to work with BounceTogether marked a breakthrough for our wellbeing strategy! The software gives us so much more than the previous system, allowing us to measure wellbeing quickly, keep insights in one place and save countless hours of time"

Head of Pastoral

"BounceTogether makes our lives so much easier! It has allowed teachers to very quickly and easily pick out key findings from surveys with individual children, classes, or groups and action this immediately. We run a safeguarding survey for all children at the start of each year"

Assistant Headteacher

"It is worth the cost just to pick up on one child who  has fallen under the radar!"

Headteacher

"I find the surveys really helpful. They just let me get my feelings off my shoulders. If you have trouble at home and keep it inside of you, it stops you from learning"

KS2 Pupil

"The beauty of the surveys is that you are capturing those children who internalise. They are your future self-harmers, future bulimic, or anorexic. We are picking them up and giving them a voice to tell their story. You pick every single one up"

Mental Health Lead

"With BounceTogether, staff working with children on a 1-to-1 basis can easily evidence the success and impact of their work. Insights that demonstrate how areas of concern have turned from red to green following interventions are invaluable"

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Frequently asked Questions

  • How is wellbeing measured?
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    You can measure wellbeing in a primary school by assessing various aspects of pupils physical, mental, social, and emotional health. Surveys and questionnaires are a popular approach, where the results can help you assess their overall wellbeing, happiness, feelings of safety, and satisfaction with school life. Use this data alongside other data you have about your pupils.
  • How do we measure wellbeing in a primary school?
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    You can measure wellbeing in a primary school by assessing various aspects of pupils physical, mental, social, and emotional health. Surveys and questionnaires are a popular approach, where the results can help you assess their overall wellbeing, happiness, feelings of safety, and satisfaction with school life. Use this data alongside other data you have about your pupils.
  • How often should we run a wellbeing survey?
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    It largely depends on the type of survey you are running.

    If you are tracking wellbeing over a longer period of time (e.g. using whole-school wellbeing surveys) then you might measure progress at a few intervals throughout the school year, usually around the same time, to ensure data over time is consistent.

    When you are measuring for impact evaluation, you are likely to collect data before and after making changes.
  • What is the best way to measure wellbeing?
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    Using evidence-based surveys and questionnaires can provide you with data from subjects reflecting on their own wellbeing. Self-reported data like this is referred to as "subjective" data and often provides you with a measure of life satisfaction, happiness and overall mood. Other indicators could come from observational data, behavioural reports and environmental factors.

    When measuring wellbeing in a school, it's essential to consider the cultural context, individual preferences, and the multidimensional nature of wellbeing. No single measure can fully capture the complexity of human wellbeing so use a combination of indicators provides a more nuanced understanding.
  • What survey should we use to measure wellbeing?
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    You will want to choose something that best suits your organisation and your objectives or purpose for measuring. Here are 2 things you should consider:

    1. Is the measure appropriate for the age range of my audience (e.g. the language it uses) You may want to use separate measures for separate ages.
    2. Will the answers to the questions tell us what we are looking to find out?
YOUR NEXT STEPS

Tracking wellbeing with ease

Move one step closer to implementing an efficient monitoring and tracking system that enables you to embed healthy wellbeing practices across your whole school and drive improvements.
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