The Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) measure takes the guesswork out of understanding why pupils may be reluctant, disengaged or even disruptive learners by sensitively exploring social and emotional wellbeing. It also provides interventions and guidance so you can start to address issues immediately. 


  • Schools consistently tell us that PASS identifies children they would never have suspected of being in need of extra pastoral support
  • Takes just 20 minutes to administer
  • Delivers easy-to-read traffic light reports flagging where action is recommended
  • Includes 70 ready-made interventions, for whole school, class, group and individual level
  • Almost two million PASS assessments have been completed over the last five years 
PASS is a powerful tool because it measures the impact our school climate and culture is having on the development of our children. It tells us how our school climate and culture are making our children feel about themselves as learners and individuals.