The purpose of the New Brunswick Student Wellness Survey (NBSWS) is to examine students' perceptions, attitudes and behaviours in a number of key areas related to student well-being. It is a provincial initiative of the New Brunswick Department of Social Development - Wellness Branch in cooperation with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Data collection and analysis is carried out by the NBHC.
The NBSWS is separated in the two following surveys that cycle every three years.
New Brunswick Elementary Student Wellness SurveyThis survey is conducted with parents of students in kindergarten to Grade 5, and with students in grades 4 and 5.
Next survey: 2016-2017
2013-2014 fact sheets
New Brunswick Student Wellness Survey Grades 6 to 12This survey is conducted with students in grades 6 to 12.
Next survey: 2018-2019
- Results for Aboriginal Students (Self-Identified Aboriginal Students in Public Schools)
- Results for Anglophone and Francophone Sectors
- Results by Gender
- Results for: Grades 6-8 / Grades 9-12 / Grades 6-12
- Results for Immigrants
- Results for LGBTQ Students (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer)
- Results for Students with Food Insecurity (Reflection of Lower Economic Status)
- Results for Students with a Learning Exceptionality or Special Education Need
- Healthy Weights and Lifestyle
- Mental Fitness
- Social Relationships and Environments
- Tobacco and Other Substance Use