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Get Data

In this section you can view results from previous CensusAtSchool questionnaires, request back your classes' data or use the Random Data Selector and DataTool.

CSO reports

Results are available for all CensusAtSchool questionnaires, except the one currently running.

2021/2022 Latest

CensusAtSchool 21 Results

From an estimated 391,703 secondary school students, 1,748 (0.4%) students completed the Phase 21 questionnaire of the CensusAtSchool survey. It was available to students and schools between September 2021 and June 2022. The Phase 21 questionnaire covered a variety of topics including:

  • Physical Activity an

Retrieve class data

Login to retrieve class data for current questionnaire.

Teacher’s login

Click the button below to retrieve your data. If you are not already logged in to the Scoilnet Portal, you will be redirected to a login screen where you can enter your credentials to gain access.

Random data selector

Looking for data from other countries to compare with? The CensusAtSchool Random Data Selector web facility gives access to all the international CensusAtSchool databases.

  1. You can take random samples of the raw data collected from CensusAtSchool in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
  2. You may choose to select from all data or you can choose responses from a particular region, age or gender depending on which database you choose.

Sample sizes allowed are up to 200 for UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, and 500 from the South African database. The samples of data are for you to use in the classroom to learn more about statistics and data handling. Some of the earlier datasets may need coding sheets to fully understand them and there is also a page with the questionnaires themselves available for you to view.

Access Random data selector

The CensusAtSchool random data selector gives access to the International database, containing data from children taking part in CensusAtSchool around the world. This data is for use in your classroom or for your pupils’ projects.