Health related behaviour survey (HRBS)

The HRBS reports as listed below are available on your school's page. You can find this by searching for your school on the schools' directory

To access the HRBS and other reports on your school's page you will need a username and password for the EGfL. To obtain a username and password, please email EGfLWebTeam@ealing.gov.uk.

If you would like a copy of your individual school report please contact the health improvement team

HRBS 2015

The seventh Ealing HRBS took place in October 2015 and a total of 11,929 pupils took part from 13 high schools and 62 primary schools. Schools received their reports in January 2016 and these are available to download from your school page report section (See 2015/16 – then Other) (see top of this page for further instructions).

Supporting the health of young people in Ealing (pdf)
Summary report of the HRBS 2015.

HRBS 2013

The sixth Ealing HRBS took place in October 2013 and a total of 10,665 pupils took part from 14 high schools and 54 primary schools. Schools received their reports in January 2014 and these are available to download from your school page report section (select 2012/13 - then Other) (see top of this page for further instructions).

Supporting the health of young people in Ealing ( pdf)
Summary report of the HRBS 2013.

HRBS 2011

Ealing's fifth HRBS was carried out in October 2011.

Ealing primary schools HRBS report 2011 (pdf)
2011 compared with 2009.

Ealing high schools HRBS report 2011 (pdf)
2011 compared with 2009.

Ealing trends (pdf)
A document produced by the schools health education unit highlighting trends from the last four surveys, including 2011.

Years 4 and 6 pupils completed the primary version of the questionnaire, years 8 and 10 completed the high school version. Most of Ealing's primary, high and special schools have taken part in this survey:

HRBS 2009

In 2009 Over 10,400 children and young people participated and 98% of schools took part in that survey.

The results were used for planning and resource allocation. The 2009 survey helped:

  • Review and refine the PSHE curriculum and pastoral/welfare support systems
  • Inform the school improvement plan and self-evaluation form (SEF)
  • Identify the health and well-being priorities of children and young people at school, locality & borough level
  • Inform the Ealing Children and Young People’s Plan 2009/10 and the 2010 joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA)
  • Provide a rationale for commissioning services and making cases for new funding streams (ie - to expand the Ealing playground project)

The 2009 HRBS results (pdf) outlines the key headlines under health related themes. For the first time there is also a section showing the correlation between attainment and health related factors, such as self-esteem.

HRBS 2007

Schools that took part in 2007 recognise how valuable the data has been, helping them:

  • Identify priorities
  • Set outcomes
  • Plan universal and targeted interventions
  • Make changes so that the lives of children and young people in their schools and communities can be celebrated and improved

The 2007 surveys were carried out in Ealing schools in October 2007 and surveyed eight and a half thousand children; 4,894 children age 8 to 11 (years 4 and 6) across 49 primary schools and 3599 children age 12 to 15 (years 8 and 10) across 10 high schools.

Similar surveys are carried out in other local authorities so national reference sample comparisons with other local authorities who have carried out the survey in 2007 are available for many of the questions in the survey.

Schools that took part in the survey have been provided with a set of results tables for their school (separated by year group and gender), together with a comparative report, which compares the school’s results with the whole borough and a guide to next steps.

Supporting the health of young people in Ealing:

Summary report of the HRBS 2007 (pdf)
Detailed report of findings (pdf)
Appendix 1: relevant questions in each theme (pdf)
Appendix 2: primary school results tables (pdf)
Appendix 3: high school results tables (pdf)
Appendix 4: primary school HRBS (pdf)
Appendix 5: 2007 high school HRBS (pdf)

Guidance

Analysis and interpretation of the health related behaviour survey results:
Making sense of the stats (pdf) - slides from the training session held in 2008.

Suggested questions to use as a starting point for analysing your school's HRBS data:

HRBS 2001 and 2005

HRBS 2005 (pdf)
HRBS 2001 (pdf)

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Last updated: 14 Nov 2017