The Well-being Profiler is an easy-to-use online measurement tool designed for schools to examine the well-being of their students from ages 10 to 25 years old.
It is a service dedicated to understanding the well-being of young people in schools.
Young people's beliefs and attitudes about their own value, their outlook on life, and their engagement with life.
Young people's perception of their quality of life, competence and accomplishments and their capacity to be mindful in the present moment.
Young people's perceived ability to manage their emotions and their ability to use their strengths in their daily lives.
Young people's perceived quality of relationships with their parents, teachers, peers and community. This domain also taps into the presence of bullying, loneliness and pro-social behaviours.
Young people's perception of their general physical health, their physical appearance and their quality of sleep.
Young people's perception of economic stability in their home environment.
Unlimited number of testing & reports per annual
Efficient delivery of electronic reports within 2 weeks after the administration of questionnaire
Presentation of results in an easy-to-understand format
Quick and easy administration of questionnaire
Affordable cost for whole school to participate
Obtain grade level results across time
The Well-being Profiler provides assistance in identifying those areas which impact on young people's wellbeing, in addition to highlighting the strengths that can be used to support their growth and resilience through this formative time. Most people desire lives of happiness and wellbeing. All schools can benefit from taking the "pulse" of their students' current wellbeing and becoming proactive in supporting the whole child, and growing a school wide culture of wellbeing.
The Well-being Profiler has provided Ringwood Secondary College with a wonderful opportunity and diverse resource for developing our wellbeing programs across all year levels. Results from the profiler, the data and comprehensive reports, will help us to build a knowledge base for our college, to further improve and build our positive education program. The Well-being Profiler is a unique tool, very user friendly, easy to understand, with clear, colourful and contemporary graphics. Extraction of cohort information is a valuable tool for deep analysis of wellbeing domains and provides interesting details. Our leadership team has been impressed and very excited in using this wonderful tool to enhance the culture of our college.
Gathering more results from this questionnaire will help extend our understanding about adolescent well-being. If your school would like to participate in this research, which will allow the researchers to use the results for further analysis, please indicate that consent is given under the research section when you sign up. Ethics for this research has been approved by the University of Melbourne Ethics Committee.