About this report


Location: This report can be found in the School Target Setting app

Data Sources: Tell Them From Me, School Target Setting

Updated: Yearly

Designed for

Most reports within the School Dashboard App are viewable by principals and school leaders, Directors, Educational Leadership, and Executive Directors. The information displayed in each report will be specific to each respective user, i.e. school-based staff will only view results for their own school.


How can I use this report?

The report can help to compare current measures of student wellbeing with agreed school targets. School leaders can use this report for an indication of progress towards meeting the agreed target in terms of the percentage of students reporting positive wellbeing.

What should I look for?

The report displays the baseline, target, and trajectory bounds overlayed with actual results year by year. The agreed targets and upper-lower bounds can be compared with actual percentages of students reporting positive wellbeing across all three measures in the Tell Them From Me survey. The trajectories are an indication of possible progress towards each target and intended as a guide only.

Image: Wellbeing report in Scout

Using the report

Make selections

Use the drop-down menu on the top left of the report to select a school. The report will then generate and display.

Image: Select a school using the slicer

View the charts

The chart represents the percentage of students at the selected school with positive wellbeing, as averaged across all three measures of the Tell Them From Me surveys. The baseline is displayed as the black dot. The lower and upper bounds of the agreed target and the calculated trajectories are displayed in red and green respectively.

Image: Student wellbeing agreed vs actual chart

Note on trajectories

The trajectories are an indication of possible progress towards each target and intended as a guide only. They are calculated using the total improvement required to meet the target and spreading this across the full timeframe. Actual progress might not be linear and may exceed the proposed trajectory or meet the target sooner than required.

Hover for details

Hovering over any colour dot on the chart will bring up a text box of information about that point.

Image: Hovering for more information example

Want to learn more?


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