Wellbeing through Reading

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"Children and young people who enjoy reading very much and who think positively about reading have higher mental wellbeing scores than their peers who don’t enjoy reading at all and who hold negative attitudes towards reading"

Choose and Assign

Select the attitude to reading questionnaire and away you go. Simple!
Set-up and ready to go

We integrate with your School MIS to make adding your pupils super straightforward. Once it’s done, you don’t need to think about it again.


Looking to measure the impact reading has on your pupils' wellbeing? Assign the validated questionnaire to correlate reading and wellbeing!

Pre-loaded Content

We've worked with the School Library Association to create a specialised attitude to reading questionnaire. You won't need to think about what questions to ask as we've done it for you!

Engage and Capture

It's super-easy for users to complete a questionnaire.
School-wide engagement

Engage as many or few groups as you like or get the attitudes of your whole school to understand the full picture


Attach a 'reward' to a survey so your users can earn badges and housepoints for completing a survey.


Use Bounce on all major browsers and multiple devices to maximise your survey return rate.

Engage and Capture

It's super-easy for users to complete a questionnaire.

Report and Evidence

Easily analyse the results using built-in reporting capabilities
Real-time Reporting

All responses captured through Bounce can be viewed by the administrator immediately! This means you can start analysing the data straight away.

Report or Export

Run a pre-defined report against your survey to quickly get a view of the responses or export it to 'slice and dice' it how you like.

Support from the SLA

Your package includes access to help and resources provided by the School Library Association. They're only at the other end of the phone if you need any help or advice!

Sometimes it's better to see how it works

book a quick demo with one of the team

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