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Bullying and e-safety

Questionnaire Name
Description
Key stage
Past research has shown that systematised approaches to questionnaires on bullying result in fewer missing data points, and less variable overall scores when compared to paper-and-pencil questionnaire administration . Furthermore, a systematised approach will allow children to have secure access to the questionnaires, and can go some way to ensuring children feel that their responses are being treated confidentially. It is important to validly measure bullying experiences AND bullying behaviour. Children who report experiencing bullying, are also more likely to report emotional and behavioural problems, whereas children who reported engaging in bullying behaviour are more likely to report behavioural problems (not emotional problems). This survey looks at the frequency of bullying experiences for primary school students
KS2
Past research has shown that systematised approaches to questionnaires on bullying result in fewer missing data points, and less variable overall scores when compared to paper-and-pencil questionnaire administration . Furthermore, a systematised approach will allow children to have secure access to the questionnaires, and can go some way to ensuring children feel that their responses are being treated confidentially. It is important to validly measure bullying experiences AND bullying behaviour. Children who report experiencing bullying, are also more likely to report emotional and behavioural problems, whereas children who reported engaging in bullying behaviour are more likely to report behavioural problems (not emotional problems). This survey looks at the frequency of bullying experiences for secondary school students
KS3
KS4
Past research has shown that systematised approaches to questionnaires on bullying result in fewer missing data points, and less variable overall scores when compared to paper-and-pencil questionnaire administration . Furthermore, a systematised approach will allow children to have secure access to the questionnaires, and can go some way to ensuring children feel that their responses are being treated confidentially. It is important to validly measure bullying experiences AND bullying behaviour. Children who report experiencing bullying, are also more likely to report emotional and behavioural problems, whereas children who reported engaging in bullying behaviour are more likely to report behavioural problems (not emotional problems). This survey captures responses on both bullying experiences and bullying behaviour
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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