PASS online intervention tool

Users of Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) can benefit from an accompanying Online Intervention Service. The service presents over 3000 combinations of possible intervention strategies drawn from research reviews and best practice at all levels. It can also integrate student attitudinal data with attainment data for targeted support, to screen and identify at risk groups, including ‘invisible’ groups like fragile learners. This platform also supports screening students for emotional wellbeing.

You can input individual student or whole school profile data, and for any set of results, the Online Intervention system will generate:

  • An overall interpretation of the meaning of your profile
  • Detailed recommendations for action broken down by all 9 PASS factors
  • Expert comparisons across groups of factors for deeper interpretation.
  • Where appropriate, interventions derived from integration of attitude and self concept measures with pupil attainment data.
  • Where appropriate, additional interpretation and advice relating to social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Although each suggested strategy is underpinned by extensive research, the entire system has been designed to "learn" from user feedback. Suggested interventions therefore include rankings for effectiveness at both national and local (postcode specific) levels. Over time, using this resource, you will improve your understanding of PASSand intervention strategies can be tailored to the specific needs of your school and local community.