Get real time actionable insights
Assess school climate, identify the issues your staff, students and community care about and create impactful interventions.
Get a holistic view of climate and culture across your school or district with insights across key areas for staff, students and parents.
Track the trends
Follow the trends over time for each key area and see whether issues are a short term blip or a long term decline.
Make informed decisions
Dashboards help you decide where you should focus your intervention efforts and ensure your time and budgets have the best return.
How it works
Real time, easy to read dashboards that help you instantly identify issues and track the impact of your interventions.
Consolidated survey scores are displayed visually as pillars on dynamic dashboards that show real-time data for each key area.
Change over time
Trend graphs for each pillar, and each question, show you changes in opinion and give an early warning of potential issues.
Compare scores across groups within your school or scores for schools within your district. See what’s working and what isn’t.
Visual dashboards show climate data at a staff, student and parent level for schools and districts.
Individual users view their key area scores against the average of the whole school and see if their opinion is reflective of others.
School leaders compare scores and view trends for departments, year and staff groups and other segments within their school.
District leaders get a holistic view of all schools in their district and can compare scores and trends or drill down into an individual school.
This is awesome. I can export the results from our student wellbeing survey with one click and compare results week on week.
Science Skills Centre SchoolPrincipal
The surveys are easy to access and complete. Our staff and students can use email or Google Classroom and they also work on all devices.
Nelson Island SchoolPrincipal
The survey took very little time and the interface was student friendly. The students especially liked using the sliding scale with the different faces instead of numbers or words, that made it easier for them.
Regent High SchoolHeadteacher
In talking to the students they preferred this method of delivery over the paper and pencil version that we had used in the first few surveys we conducted. The feedback from the students was positive and they liked having a voice in the school.
Hardenhuish SchoolICT Support Manager
Enjoying seeing Pulse develop as it gives us lots of interacting valuable data.
Pulse gives an equal voice to every staff member, which they did not have before using this.