Responding to the survey

This page provides schools with resources on how to use and respond to your data dashboards.  The school dashboard can be accessed here (log-in details required):

If your school has not yet completed the #BeeWell survey – take a look here at what your school data dashboard would look like.


And, for new case studies with examples on how schools in Greater Manchester have taken action in response to the survey findings, click here!


Understanding your #BeeWell dashboard 

For an overview on how to use your #BeeWell dashboard, you can watch the below recording from #BeeWell team members to guide you through how it works, the different functions and how to create your own reports.

A downloadable version of the slides used in the recording, along with additional information on using the longitudinal feature in your dashboard, can be found here.

If you are looking for more guidance on how to use the new, longitudinal function on the dashboard, you can also watch below for a quick introduction to the feature.


Responding to your #BeeWell data

As part of the #BeeWell programme, you can book to access a one to one session with the Anna Freud Centre. They will help you to understand your dashboard and plan your response. Book your one-to-one session by clicking this link.

You can also watch this second recording, in which the #BeeWell team will talk you through responding to the data, involving pupils in the response and using #BeeWell resources to support you.

You can download the full resource pack explored in this recording, here

You can download the individual, editable versions of these resources below:

#BeeWell resource pack – An overview and introduction to responding to the survey results.

#BeeWell school plan template – This template helps you to plan your response to the data.

#BeeWell self-review template – You can use this document to review your provision in place to support pupil wellbeing.

#BeeWell monitoring interventions guidance – This document allows you to plan how you will monitor interventions and directs you to helpful resources on this topic.

#BeeWell mapping bullseye – This is a mapping exercise for you to focus on who can support young people with their wellbeing.

#BeeWell staff and pupil discussion sheet – This sheet provides you with discussion questions that can be used to facilitate conversations between staff and pupils on the #BeeWell data.

Youth Focus North West and #BeeWell Lundy Model resource – This resource has been produced by #BeeWell and Youth Focus North West to support schools to use the Lundy model when including young people in the response to the survey data.

Traffic Light template – This is one example of how you might present information from your survey report to open up dialogue in a particular group/context.

Introductory slides: Your school’s #BeeWell survey results – These slides can be used to introduce #BeeWell to your pupils, and can be edited to add in some key findings from your school’s data.

NEW #BeeWell resource: Engaging your students in the survey response. This new resource has been designed to support schools to run sessions with their pupils on what the #BeeWell data says, and what should be done about it.