A basic prerequisite for good learning is that the pupil has good self-confidence and feels well. The main task of student health in the school is to promote good health among pupils. Pupil health teams in our schools work effectively on these issues together with school management and other staff. The pupil health team generally consists of a special education teacher, a counsellor, a school nurse, a school doctor and a school psychologist.
Once a term we conduct our well-being and safety survey. We ask, among other things, how the pupils feel about themselves and in the last survey, students rated this at 4.4, their well-being at 4.2 and their safety at 4.3 on the five-point scale. We interpret this to mean that the pupils in our schools are feeling well and are comfortable and safe in school.