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Pupil Wellbeing Survey 2022

Pupil Wellbeing Survey

Gloucestershire Pupil Wellbeing Survey 2022 Report 

Welcome to the Pupil Wellbeing Survey report for 2022. We are pleased to be sharing 
with you the findings of the 2022 Pupil Wellbeing Survey (PWS). The biennial survey has run 
since 2006 and has provided a unique and invaluable insight into the experiences and lives of 
the county’s children and young people, both in and out of school. 

Deep Dive Reports include:

• Adverse Childhood Experiences

• Anti-Social Behaviour - Children and Young People

• Diet and Healthy Eating - Children and Young People

• Exercise - Children and Young People

• Health Harming Behaviours - Children and Young People

• Relationships and healthy sexual behaviour

• Experiences of LGBTQ+ Children & Young People

• Experiences of children and young people with disability and SEN

• Representation, Diversity and Inequalities


Get in touch

If you have any questions please contact:

Alison Comley, Public Health Manager: 

Maria  Arthurs-Hartnett Senior Public Health Officer:

Rachel Howard,  Public Health Practitioner Apprentice: 

Fiona Quan, Lead for GHLL at Gloucestershire County Council:

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