Be proactive at combating bullying in 4 easy steps

 
 

Rather than just a list of questions, our powerful online platform allows you to IDENTIFY individual and groups of students WHO ARE AT RISK

All participating schools will receive a complimentary pack of valuable anti-bullying resources

 
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Surveys take students fewer than 10 minutes to complete.

You can then review and analyse the results at a School, Cohort and Student level.

All EduKit Insight users receive a free pack of anti-bullying resources.

 
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Complete this form and we’ll send you a confirmation email.

Reply to our email asap to activate your account.

NB: If we don’t hear from you, we may reallocate your licence.

Please call us on +44 (0)203 191 9696 with any questions.

NB: We take data protection and security very seriously. Details of our data and GDPR arrangements are provided as part of the set up process.

 

If you are an already an EduKit Insight school, then please email support@edukit.org.uk to request your free anti-bullying pack

EduKit Insight is a really amazing tool, I was shocked what you can get for free. It was particularly useful in helping me to identify vulnerable students.

I didn’t realise how impactful EduKit Insight was going to be. It really has transformed how we manage the wellbeing of our students.
— Gloria Elliot, Asst Head, Dunraven School
The data which the surveys produce is fantastic. It’s a very powerful tool and I genuinely can’t speak highly enough of it.

Everything the sales team said was true and the support has been second to none.
— Dave McPartlan, Asst Head, William Howard School
Insight allows schools to spot trends at an individual, class, cohort and whole school level. This has meant we’ve been able to take the right steps in carrying out appropriate revisions to policies and programmes.

The response from the EduKit team is always quick and supportive and the system is so useful and easy to manage.
— Matthew Loosemore, Asst Head, The Maynard School
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