Pupils Attitudes to Self and Study (PASS) surveys are currently being conducted across the British Primary Section. These are provided by GL Assessment, used in primary schools to evaluate students' attitudes and beliefs about themselves as learners and their approach to studying. These surveys measure students' perceptions of their own abilities, motivation, and self-esteem, as well as their study habits and strategies. The results of the surveys are used to identify students who may be facing difficulties, and to inform teachers' approach to teaching. The assessments are also used to help determine appropriate interventions and support for students who may be struggling with an aspect of school. The results of the assessments can also be used to identify trends within the school and to inform school-wide decisions about resource allocation and development. Overall, the use of PASS surveys in BPS helps to ensure that all students receive an education that is tailored to their individual needs and abilities.