Pupil Wellbeing Survey (formerly Online Pupil Survey)
Young people from schools, sixth forms and further education colleges took part in the survey and said what they think about a range of issues - from healthy eating, physical activity and living well to their experiences at school and how safe they feel.
Using results taken from the Pupil Wellbeing Survey, the Anti-Social Behaviour in Children and Young People Report looks at different types of anti-social behaviour and its prevalence in Gloucestershire school pupils.
Research shows children who stay a healthy weight tend to be fitter, healthier, better able to learn, and more self-confident. They're also much less likely to have health problems in later life. The Diet and Healthy Eating Report looks at healthy eating habits in Gloucestershire pupils and the wider impact on wellbeing healthy eating can bring using the Pupil Wellbeing survey.