(* A low score is between 7 and 19.5 and a high score is above 27.5, scores are out of a total of 35)
Survey results about the health and wellbeing of secondary school aged children in Wales are presented in an interactive dashboard for the first time by Public Health Wales.
The dashboard has been created in collaboration with Cardiff University’s DECIPHer team. The aim of the collaboration was to help users view some of the School Health Research Network (SHRN) survey data at a lower geographical level than ever before. The dashboard contains 32 different topics for three years of the survey (2017, 2019 and 2021), with views available for gender, age, family affluence and different geographic levels. DECIPHer have also released a National Report covering a wider variety of the most recent 2021 SHRN survey data at a Wales level.
Together, the two products provide a detailed look at the health and wellbeing of students in secondary schools in Wales.
For further information on the survey please see the SHRN website