Mental Wellbeing

Your "mental wellbeing" is about your thoughts and feelings and how you cope with the ups and downs of everyday life. It's not the same thing as mental health, although the two can influence each other.

Questionnaire Name
Key stage
This questionnaire has been designed in partnership with Governors for Schools to help you gain more understanding about parental/carer views towards a school's wellbeing and mental health environment, policies and culture.
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Stirling Children's Wellbeing Scale
Stirling Educational Psychology Service
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The Stirling Children's Wellbeing Scale (SCWBS) was initiated by the Stirling Educational Psychology Service with the objective of creating a holistic, positively worded scale measuring emotional and psychological wellbeing in children aged 8 to 15 years. This scale should provide a useful tool for education professionals to assess any changes in wellbeing from a mental wellbeing perspective.
Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale
University of Warwick and University of Edinburgh
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The WEMWBS is a positively worded scale for the measurement of mental wellbeing. The scale has been widely used nationally and internationally for monitoring, evaluating projects and programmes and investigating the determinants of mental wellbeing. In some cases the WEMBS is free to download/use but you must first register for copyright purposes.
Workplace Wellbeing Snapshot Survey
What Works Centre for Wellbeing; The Department for Work and Pensions
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The What Works Centre for Wellbeing has developed this suggested set of questions in collaboration with The Department for Work and Pensions to give a quick snapshot of how people are doing with respect to different aspects of wellbeing. So that you can support the wellbeing of your workforce, we recommend that you regularly ask your staff how they are doing using these questions.
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