Wellbeing for Learning Tool

Developed by educators for educators, Pivot’s practical and targeted Wellbeing for Learning tool allows you to measure, track and support student wellbeing so your students are better placed to learn.

Wellbeing for Learning Tool

Developed by educators for educators, Pivot’s practical and targeted Wellbeing for Learning tool allows you to measure, track and support student wellbeing so your students are better placed to learn.

Student Wellbeing for Learning
Student Wellbeing for Learning

Wellbeing for Learning Tool

Developed by educators for educators, Pivot’s practical and targeted Wellbeing for Learning tool allows you to measure, track and support student wellbeing so your students are better placed to learn.

What's included

Based on leading research, the Wellbeing for Learning tool is a quick and simple way for schools to measure, track and support student wellbeing across the five key components.

You will receive:

  • Real-time tracking of how students are feeling
  • Clear data visualisations of wellbeing trends
  • Evidence-based insights across your student cohort
  • Targeted resources that support meaningful interventions
  • An engaging gamified student experience

Register for free trial

Launching August 2021​

Five components of student wellbeing

student wellbeing

Track how students are feeling each week.

resilience

Resilient students can adopt a growth mindset, experience lower levels of stress and experience improved academic motivation.

  • Perseverance

  • Grit

  • Optimism

  • Growth mindset

  • Self-advocacy

student safety

When students feel safe, they are better able to focus and concentrate on their learning and experience greater academic achievement.

  • Emotional

  • Physical

  • Online

  • Respect for diversity

  • A safe environment 

school belonging

Belonging is positively associated with improved attendance and greater engagement which can lead to improved academic performance.

  • Peer relationships

  • Close friendships

  • Trusted adults

  • School identification

  • Engagement

 

Protective behaviours

Protective behaviours are different elements that commonly influence a person’s sense of wellbeing. 

  • Schoolwork

  • Family

  • Friendships

  • Hobbies

  • Health

  • Sleep
 

Five components of student wellbeing

student wellbeing

Track how students are feeling each week.

student resilience

Resilient students can adopt a growth mindset, experience lower levels of stress and experience improved academic motivation.

  • Perseverance

  • Grit

  • Optimism

  • Growth mindset

  • Self-advocacy

student safety

When students feel safe, they are better able to focus and concentrate on their learning and experience greater academic achievement.

  • Emotional

  • Physical

  • Online

  • Respect for diversity

  • A safe environment 

student belonging

Belonging is positively associated with improved attendance and greater engagement which can lead to improved academic performance.

  • Peer relationships

  • Close friendships

  • Trusted adults

  • School identification

  • Engagement

 

Protective behaviours

Protective behaviours are different elements that commonly influence a person’s sense of wellbeing. 

  • Schoolwork

  • Family

  • Friendships

  • Hobbies

  • Health

  • Sleep
 
Dec 2020
The idea

As a result of its survey research with Australian educators, Pivot recognised the need for an evidence-based student wellbeing management tool in schools.

Dec 2020 - Feb 2021
Literature review

Pivot’s affiliate researchers conducted a comprehensive review of academic literature looking at: the components and predictors of child wellbeing; the components and predictors of student wellbeing; and the relationship of wellbeing to learning outcomes.

Feb - Mar 2021
Framework development

In close consultation with researchers, Pivot developed its three-part, evidence-based, assets-driven framework for student wellbeing. Pivot’s team began developing and refining survey items for the tool.

Apr 2021
Consulted the experts

Several experts in the field provided feedback on draft survey items and the proposed design of the tool.

Apr 2021
Development of the tool

Pivot employed a software development team to build a robust and user friendly online Wellbeing for Learning Tool. Every aspect of the tool’s design is informed by the extensive research conducted in earlier months.

Aug 2021 Coming soon
Wellbeing for Learning Tool Launch

Pivot set to release the beta version of the Wellbeing for Learning tool for FREE to schools.