Health & Wellbeing Census
The Health and Wellbeing Censuses are taking place in a planned and co-ordinated way with an agreed set of core questions to monitor consistent reporting across Scotland in line with the National Performance Indicators and the National Performance Framework.
The results of the survey will be used to understand the health and wellbeing needs of children. This will help to improve the way children’s services are planned and delivered by the local authority and their partners, such as education, health and voluntary organisations. The results will not look at children’s responses on an individual basis, and any results produced will not enable an individual child to be identified.
The following documents provide further information about the HWB Census:
Frequently Asked Questions