Measuring

Bullying and E-safety

Questionnaire Name
Description
Key stage

The Child Relationship Survey has been developed by the #2 world-leading researcher in the impacts of bullying behaviour, Professor Dieter Wolke. Bullying is a prevalent issue in educational settings on a global scale, with current data identifying that 1 in 3 children report incidences of bullying (World Health Organisation).

This survey not only explores the child’s relationships with their peers but also goes a step further to develop an understanding of the impact of sibling relationships on a child's developmental behaviours. More recently the survey has incorporated the pressing issue of cyberbullying and the negative impact upon victims, highlighting the accessibility that young people have to this media.

The survey drills down to identify the types of bullying that occur within a setting and the number of instances, allowing the formulation of action plans and specific interventions, again adopting a positive proactive approach to dealing with bullying.

KS2
KS3
KS4

It is important young people are given facts and information which will help to raise their awareness of issues around keeping safe whilst they are online and about ensuring that their own behaviour is appropriate and legal. This survey focuses not only on access to devices, social media and websites, but what pupils enjoy doing whilst online and their attitudes and behaviour whilst online.

KS2
KS3

It is important young people are given facts and information which will help to raise their awareness of issues around keeping safe whilst they are online and about ensuring that their own behaviour is appropriate and legal. This survey focuses not only on the time and types of social media usage, but their attitudes and behaviour whilst online.

KS3
KS4
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