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Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS)

GL Assessment

Identify fragile learners and discover hidden barriers to learning

Age Range
4-1111-1314-1616+
Devices
PCMacTabletInternet-based
Environment
Classroom

The only psychometric assessment specifically designed to spot attitudinal or emotional issues in children before they impact on school performance, PASS takes just 20 minutes to complete and acts as an effective early warning system for schools.

The traffic light reporting is easy to read and act on, helping to pinpoint who’s at risk and identifying children whose issues are still invisible, so you can plan interventions early and sensitively.

Pupil wellbeing is now top of the agenda with both schools and policy-makers across the UK; using PASS is an effective way to address this for the good of individual pupils, classes, year groups and the whole school.

PASS enables you to accurately measure and address the wellbeing of your students and helps you to remove barriers to learning so students can reach their true potential. PASS supports conversations with governors, parents, students and inspectors.

Standardised on 600,000 children and established by educational psychologists, the results are statistically robust in measuring highly subjective and sensitive issues.

PASS also includes an optional Online Intervention Service, comprising of over 1300 intervention strategies drawn up from research and best practice to give you a practical and proven next step.

Costs
£2 per pupil

Includes access to PASS interventions. Minimum purchase of 30 credits.

Trial Options
Other durationFree trial

Supporting student wellbeing with the Pupil Attitudes to Self and School survey

Case Study

“PASS has given us a good indication about where students’ barriers to learning might be.”

When you’re teaching a class of 30, you focus on the extremes and you can sometimes miss the quiet students. PASS can give everyone a good idea of what’s really going on.
Ashlawn School in Rugby
PASS has given us an opportunity to build from real and credible views which is already having an impact on student engagement.
Carol Kitson, Executive Principal, Abbey Academy Trust, Leeds
PASS is all about prevention rather than cure, helping to identify problems at an early stage and ensuring those at risk don’t slip through the net with a real focus on wellbeing and mental health. If you want to get a truly holistic view of your pupils, then PASS is for you.
Review in Teach Secondary

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