Children’s Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire

Wakefield district Public Health team have been using the Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire (HRBQ) every two years since 2009 as a way of collecting robust information about young people’s health and lifestyles. The most recent version of this survey was carried out during the Autumn term of the 2016/17 school year.

This survey is an essential source of data for both schools and local authority commissioners alike, providing detailed and robust information about the health behaviours and lifestyle choices of the children living in Wakefield district. The survey is delivered in partnership with the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU).

The survey is completed by pupils in year 5, year 9 and year 12&13. The content of the survey is widely consulted upon and uses age appropriate questions where necessary. Teachers were briefed by SHEU on how to collect the most reliable data. Surveys were completed either online or on paper.

You can use the pages below to navigate to the survey year that you are interested in:

Children's Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2015

Please use the dashboards below to explore some of the common questions across the Year 5 and Year 9 surveys from the last 3 versions of the survey. These are just a taster of some of the available questions and analysis, for more in depth analysis you can contact the team using the “Contact” link … Continue reading "Children’s Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2015"

Children's Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2017

Below are the Year Group reports, as well as two bespoke reports looking at inequalities and multiple health behaviours across the district. Additional analysis will be shown on this page in due course. For more in depth analysis you can contact the team using the “Contact” link at the top Wakefield Year 5 2017 Wakefield … Continue reading "Children’s Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2017"

Children's Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2013

In 2013, Year 5 primary age and Year 9 secondary age pupils completed the surveys. A total of 3416 pupils took part in 37 primary, 15 secondary and special schools. 2619 pupils from 8 Further Education (FE) institutions also took part for which a separate FE report is available. Where possible, responses have been cross-analysed … Continue reading "Children’s Health Related Behaviour Questionnaire 2013"
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