Six-Star Surveys

Wellbeing Surveys for schools and organisations

Publisher : Elite Performance Profiles


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Six-Star Student Survey: 1-199 Students

SKU : E870

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Six-Star Student Survey: 200-499 Students

SKU : E871

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Six-Star Student Survey: 500-799 Students

SKU : E872

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Six-Star Staff Survey: 1-199 Staff (Minimum QTY 6)

SKU : E874

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There is significant research indicating that monitoring wellbeing and proactively developing wellbeing programs has many positive benefits on students and workers.

Purpose: Measure six vital areas of wellbeing
Age: 8 years - 99 years 
Time: 10 minutes
Format: Online

Improvements in the wellbeing of students and staff (including teachers) can have noticeable positive effects on engagement, motivation and academic achievement. Higher wellbeing is also associated with decreases in mental, emotional and behavioural concerns.

The Six-Star Surveys provide a quick and easy-to-use online tool for capturing valuable data related to engagement, resilience and communication – data which can be used to track, and evaluate practices and programs for maintaining positive levels of wellbeing across the entire school.

Tailored for use in your specific learning environment, these innovative tools can help evaluate, track and monitor individuals' wellbeing practices – and promote improvements that can have a considerable positive effect on the engagement and motivation of students and teachers/staff and managers.

Price per administration. Please note that a minimum of 6 staff is required to generate organisation reports.

Measuring student wellbeing is critical as students with high levels of well-being are more motivated, display greater levels of engagement and academic achievement. Higher well-being is also associated with fewer mental, emotional, and behavioural concerns.

Measures six vital areas of wellbeing

  1. Mood: Mood is a crucial component of well-being. This sub-category reflects worry, mood changes and happiness. It is vital for life in general and school success.
  2. Resilience: Resilience is the ability to bounce back from challenges. This sub-category measures how well students value effort, stay determined and learn from challenges.
  3. Engagement: School Engagement identifies a student’s involvement with and attitude towards their school. It reflects enjoyment, motivation, and relationships at school and is fundamental to well-being.
  4. Communication: Communication with peers, family, and teachers is important for all students. This sub-category measures listening, talking, and asking for help. Effective communication is positively associated with learning and relationships.
  5. Relaxation: Relaxation identifies tension and relaxation both physically and mentally, as well as frustration and staying calm. Relaxation is an important skill to assist students navigate school and life.
  6. Positivity: Positivity measures confidence, optimism, and staying positive. It reflects capacity to focus on goals, be optimistic, remain confident and know strengths.

Well being is essential in the workplace. It facilitates collaboration, engagement and performance. Positive factors associated with well-being include lower absence, reduced stress and disengagement, increased commitment, punctuality, and increased retention. Research shows that implementing well-being programs provide positive financial returns for organisations. Additionally, well-being in the workplace can assist performance and success of the organisation, including enhanced culture and attracting quality staff.

Measures six vital areas of wellbeing

  1. Mood: The Mood sub-category identifies worry, happiness, mood fluctuations and fatigue. Monitoring and managing mood can be vital for an individual, as well as their colleagues with regard to their life at work and in general.
  2. Resilience: Resilience is the ability to bounce back from challenges. This sub-category measures an individual´s capacity to value effort, stay determined, and learn from challenges.
  3. Engagement: Work Engagement identifies an individual´s involvement with and attitude towards their work. It reflects important information on enjoyment, culture and relationships at work. Work engagement is a vital element of wellbeing for individuals and organisations.
  4. Communication: Communication with colleagues and external stakeholders is critical for any workplace. This sub-category measures verbal and non-verbal communication, working with others and communication structures.
  5. Relaxation: Relaxation measures the capacity to stay calm, as well as vulnerability to becoming frustrated or angry. Managing frustration and staying relaxed is important to maintain healthy relationships and wellbeing.
  6. Positivity: Positivity reflects confidence, optimism, and ability to stay positive. This sub-category measures the capacity to remain confident, belief in achieving goals and know strengths.