Monthly Archives: July 2012

We are happy after all!

The Office of National Statistics this week revealed the findings of their first Subjective Well-being Annual Population Survey. The survey is a part of David Cameron’s plan to create a national well-being index, exploring the factors that contribute to a person’s happiness aside from a … Continue reading

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What young people think of the Well-being Measure survey

It might sound obvious but the most important part of any evaluation using NPC’s Well-being Measure is the young people that participate in the survey. So what do they think of the survey? And more specifically, what do they think … Continue reading

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Ofsted say happiness is important

And I couldn’t agree more. I am pleased that Ofsted are looking outside the academic attainment ‘box’ with the launch of their new report Measuring happiness today. This is something we have been interested in for a long time at … Continue reading

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Launch of The Young Foundation Framework

The Young Foundation have today launched their Framework of outcomes for young people on behalf of the Catalyst Consortium working with the Department for Education.  Encouraging a stronger focus on building social and emotional capabilities of young people, the Framework … Continue reading

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Why choose NPC’s Well-being Measure?

We often get asked what’s ‘special’ about our tool and why would we recommend using it over in house evaluations and surveys. For us there are many reasons, but the key benefits to using the tool are: It is validated, credible and … Continue reading

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