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 Pupil Wellbeing Survey 2024 

Pupil Wellbeing Survey 2024

The 2024 Pupil Wellbeing Survey (PWS) opens on the 8th of January 2024 and will run until the end of the Spring term. Thanks to your schools and colleges, the 2022 Pupil Wellbeing Survey had a response rate of 87% and it would be fantastic if we could do even better in 2024.

You can register your school/college to participate in PWS 2024 by completing the short form via the link below:

Please note that the form can only be completed once.  If you wish to change any information already submitted, please send an email to

PWS is an important longitudinal survey which asks pupils in specific year groups questions about their physical and emotional health and wellbeing as well as aspects such as bullying, home life and relationships. The data from responses can inform how you best support children and young people in your school/college. It can also be used to inform the services that the County Council, Integrated Care Board, and trusted partners provide to children and young people countywide.

In addition to questions asked in the 2022 survey, the 2024 survey will ask pupils about emerging topics including Gaming, Poverty, Vaping and Gambling.

As in previous years, participating schools and colleges will be provided with a report on the results from their setting and key data will also be available via the GHLL Review tool. We anticipate the school reports being available from July 2024.

There will also be some analytical capacity to do bespoke reporting for schools/colleges to monitor a particular issue that may not be available on the overview report, dependent on demand. Details of where to send requests will be shared in 2024.

Your school/college’s participation in PWS 2024 will be an invaluable resource and we sincerely hope that you can confirm your school/college’s participation.

Please register by 30th November 2023.

Full information and guidance on administering the 2024 Pupil Wellbeing Survey will be circulated in December in the HeadsUp newsletter and this website under the survey tab.

If you have any further queries about the PWS Survey 2024, please get in touch with: Alison Comley , Liam Williams - or Fiona Quan –


The Pupil Wellbeing Survey replaces the  Online Pupil Survey - OPS , which was developed by Foster and Brown in partnership with Gloucestershire Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership to find out what children and young people really think about a range of health-related issues. It has been administered throughout Gloucestershire every 2 years since 2006. The findings from over 70,000 children and young people in Gloucestershire aged 8 to 18 years old are providing essential information addressing children and young people’s needs. Longitudinal data has been used to track if there are improvements in health and wellbeing related outcomes and the data is key in planning, developing and improving the services provided.

The Pupil Wellbeing Survey will continue to build on the data that has been collected by the Online Pupil Survey, with the majority of questions remaining the same and some new questions added, making it possible to analyse longitudinal trends and identify meaningful interventions.

The 2020 Pupil Wellbeing Survey dataset is available on Pupilinform, the data management system which holds all the data from the Pupil Wellbeing Survey and the Online Pupil Surveys.

For more information on getting access to Pupilinform, please contact Roland Marden

The Gloucestershire Pupil Wellbeing Survey county report for 2022 has now been published, following a delay due to covid-19. You can access the report on the Inform Gloucestershire website here. 




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