Wellbeing and Engagement Collection survey

News & Events 17/04/2023

Our students will be invited to take part in the Wellbeing and Engagement Collection survey, which is conducted by the Department for Education. The survey will be open in Weeks 2 to 5 of Term 2 (Monday 8 May to Friday 2 June 2023) and completed during home group.

Purpose of the survey

Young people’s wellbeing is an important part of how they learn at school. The survey seeks students’ views about their wellbeing and their engagement with school. Students in years 4 to 12 across the state are invited to participate and the information collected will help the school, education system and broader community to support young people’s health and wellbeing. At Brighton Secondary School, one of our school priorities focuses on improving students’ connectedness and engagement in the classroom and school community, and the Wellbeing and Engagement Collection is an important measure of our progress.

What is the survey about?

The survey asks students about their social and emotional wellbeing, school relationships and engagement and learning in school, physical health and wellbeing, and after school activities.

How will students complete the survey?

Teachers will arrange for students to do the survey during home group time. They will be asked if they would like to participate and are free to withdraw at any time. If you do not want your child to participate, please contact the relevant Year Level Leader before Monday 15 May.

Year 7: Carly Brooks

Year 8: Lucy Burg-Ascoli

Year 9: Cambell Baker

Year 10: Jack Daly

Year 11: Claire Meatheringham

Year 12: Sol Naidu

Will students’ information be kept confidential?

Students’ personal information and identity will remain anonymous. Survey responses are confidential and no one (including school staff) can use the results to identify individual students.

What will happen if a student is distressed during or after the survey?

The survey includes some questions on topics such as student happiness and bullying.

Teachers will inform students that:

  • if they find the survey uncomfortable or distressing, they should leave the survey immediately
  • it is not compulsory to take part in the survey as a whole, and
  • students can skip individual survey questions if they wish.

Students who would like to speak to an adult about any concerns they may have will be supported to do so.

Where can I get more information?

More information on the Wellbeing and Engagement Collection can be found at www.education.sa.gov.au or can be collected from the school.  For questions or concerns, or to view the questions, please email Education.WECSA@sa.gov.au

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