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Life Satisfaction

Questionnaire Name
Description
Key stage
KINDL (Kid)
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
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KINDL is a psychometrically acceptable method of measuring quality of life in children. The KINDL consists of six dimensions; Physical wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, self-esteem, family, friends and everyday functioning. This questionnaire was developed with the aim of producing a set of flexible questions which could be answered by children of varying age groups; with this particular version targeting children between the ages of 7 and 13 (there are also versions for other age groups). It was developed in order to remedy the discrepancy between the urgency of the issue quality of life of adolescents and the lack of solutions available.
KS2
KS3
KINDL is a psychometrically acceptable method of measuring quality of life in children. The KINDL consists of six dimensions; Physical wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, self-esteem, family, friends and everyday functioning. This questionnaire was developed with the aim of producing a set of flexible questions which could be answered by children of varying age groups; with this particular version targeting young people in adolescence.
KS3
KS4
KINDL is a psychometrically acceptable method of measuring quality of life in children. The KINDL consists of six dimensions; Physical wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, self-esteem, family, friends and everyday functioning. This questionnaire was developed with the aim of producing a set of flexible questions which could be answered by children of varying age groups; with this particular version targeting children in key stage 1.
KS1
This survey is a global self-report measure of life satisfaction. It measures a pupil's life satisfaction in five key domains (family, friends, school, self and living environment), with the aim of promoting positive psychological wellbeing. The design enables this survey to be used across a range of ages and ability levels; not only providing an illustration of satisfaction within five specific areas, but also giving a clear overview of more general life satisfaction.
KS2
KS3
KS4
The Work Related Quality of Life scale enables organisations to measure the key factors contributing to the well-being, engagement and stress of their staff. More specifically, this scale assesses seven core factors which interact to explain and predict an individual's Quality of Working Life (listed below). This questionnaire has been completed by thousands of educational professionals across the world and is a great place to start in understanding your staff needs as a school.
18+
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