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Health behaviour in school-age children

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This slide deck accompanies three reports produced by Public Health England to present data from the most recent Health Behaviour of School-age Children survey. The reports are a summary of key data on cyberbullying, self-harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls informed by an analysis of data from the HBSC survey for England, 2014.

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Health behaviour in school-age children

  1. 1. Summary of data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey Relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  2. 2. The data and reports • This is a summary document to accompany three reports produced by Public Health England to present data from the most recent HBSC survey • The reports are a summary of key data on cyberbullying, self-harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls informed by an analysis of data from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) survey for England, 2014. The three reports are available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/health-behaviour-in-school-age- children-hbsc-data-analysis These reports are intended for a range of audiences interested in promoting children and young people’s mental wellbeing. Health Behaviour in School Age Children survey http://www.hbscengland.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/National-Report- 2015.pdf Brooks F, Magnusson J, Klemera E, Chester K, Spencer N, and Smeeton N. HBSC England National Report: Findings from the 2014 HBSC study for England. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire; 2015. 2 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  3. 3. Key stats: cyberbullying 3 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  4. 4. Key stats: Self-harm 4 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  5. 5. Key stats: wellbeing of adolescent girls 5 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  6. 6. Protective Factors: Individual* *Individual factors is additional protective domain identified to be relevant to wellbeing of adolescent girls 6 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  7. 7. Protective factors: Family 7 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  8. 8. Protective factors: Learning environment 8 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  9. 9. Protective factors: Community 9 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls
  10. 10. Protective factors: Summary *Individual factors is additional protective domain identified to be relevant to wellbeing of adolescent girls 10 Summary of key data from the Health Behaviour in School Age Children Survey relating to cyberbullying, self- harm and wellbeing of adolescent girls

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