At the 2020 Festival of Ideas in October, students voted in mental health as the priority for action in 2021. As part of mental health week, students from a range of BCE secondary schools were asked about their experience and ideas on how schools can support their mental health and wellbeing.
Download the findings here: Mental Health Poll 2020.png
In the context of significant change for BCE schools during the COVID 19 Pandemic, the importance of connecting with students and getting their feedback and ideas on what they need during this time, presented a significant opportunity for BCE to ‘hear’ the voice of students.
The purpose of the survey was to give BCE students an opportunity to share their views about COVID-19 and learning from home, to identify what is working well, and contribute to improving students’ learning-from-home experience. This document provides an overview of key findings from the survey.
Information was gathered about the following topics:
Download Snapshot Report here (public access)
Download Full Survey Report here (BCE staff and student access)
The Student Safety Report provides unique student insights into safety at school. The report draws on the perspectives of over 500 BCE students from Years 5-9. It explores:
The BCE Student Voice Initiative would like to thank the following schools for their participation in the pilot:
Download here:BCE Student Safety Report 2018.pdf