Measuring student wellbeing - Step 2
When it comes to data collection in the wellbeing space, schools can look at 3 different types of data collection and the choice depends on the desired data results.
Michael Swindells, Accreditation Coordinator at Seisen International School gives us an insight into how Komodo has enabled them to start their student wellbeing data collection journey.
This interactive CPD course explores the benefits of emotion regulation and distress tolerance, and looks at practical strategies and examples of how to teach these skills to students.
We take the time to understand your school's values, wellbeing framework and challenges to deliver a solution that fits your school's wellbeing needs.See our solutions
Give your parents and school community peace of mind that every student's wellbeing is a priority.See more about our approach
Custom reports provide visibility across all of your students, houses and school.
Give every student a safe place to request assistance with the staff they trust.
Ensure staff make positive and effective interventions that are backed by real-time data.
"By using Komodo, our students will build their understanding of self-reflection, and the impact and importance that their wellbeing has on their lives."
"With Komodo, our students and mentors alike now have a platform that helps strengthen their interpersonal connections by facilitating purposeful surveys and candid responses so that we can ensure that as a school community we are making mental health a priority."
"Komodo gives our students a voice and a safe platform to express their emotions, and our teachers an additional tool to effectively monitor the wellbeing of all students and provide evidence-based interventions."
"Komodo has provoked one-to-one conversations with students, encouraging a culture of reflection and action towards self-care when it comes to their own wellbeing."