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Our analysis

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Gimnazija Antuna Vrančića
Šibenik,Croatia

Perceived happiness

"On a scale from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest), measure your happiness at school":

The mean is 5.6, the median is 6 and the mode is also 6.
The standard deviation is around 2.2
The InterQuartileRange is Q3-Q1= 7 - 4 = 3

"How often do you feel happy at school?"

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The mode is "often enough".
The three positively connoted categories total 72%.
But nearly a third of the students rarely feel happy at school.

Conclusion:

Overall students are quite happy at school, with 72% who feel often enough (or more) happy at school.
However that happiness is mostly of a "medium" intensity, with a mean at 5.6 out of 10, and most values between 3.4 and 7.8 out of 10.

Lunch and School

"Do you have enough time to eat?"

The mode is "sometimes".
Although roughly 1 student out of 6 has never enough time to eat properly.

On a scale from 1 to 5, satisfaction with the size of the servings:

The mean is 2.3, the median is 2.
The InterQuartileRange is Q3-Q1 = 3-1 = 2

Labeling 1 and 2: "negative answers",
3: "neutral answer"
4 and 5: "positive answer"
we get the following pie chart:

Conclusion:

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We can conclude that most students have enough time to eat their lunch, but a majority of them is not really satisfied with the size of the servings.
So on the whole lunch is a moment which is basically all right but could be improved.

Comfort (1/2)

"Are you satisfied with the comfort at school?"

The mode is ‘rather no’ and there are more ‘negative’ answers (no and rather no).

Most of the students are not entirely satisfied with the comfort at school.











Nevertheless, when students have to measure the comfort at school on a scale
from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest),
We find that the mode and the median are both 3,and the mean is 2.7.
The lower quartile is 2 (Q1 = 2) and the upper quartile is 3 (Q3 = 3).
The interquartile range is therefore 1.


Comfort (2/2)

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"Does the presence of nature and open space contribute to your comfort?"

The great majority of the students (82%) thinks that the presence of nature/open space contibutes to their comfort at school.

Relationships

"Do you think relationships
are important at school?"

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Here the mode is « Yes » with 132 votes out of 199.

"Are you more outgoing or shy at school?"

Here the mode is « Rather outgoing » with 80 votes out of 199.

Conclusion:

We can see that most students think relationships are important at school, and are rather outgoing.

Free time

"Do you practice any extra-curricular activities?"

"How do you spend your time on breaks?"

Conclusion :

The mode is "yes", it represents about 69% of the respondents.

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The mode is "talking with friends".
Only 13% spend their time on their phone.

Most of the students spend their breaks talking with their friends.

Then once school is over, most of them practice an extra-curricular activity.

Extra-curricular activities:

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Teamwork

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"Do you prefer to work alone or in a team?"

Most students prefer to work in a team:
116 out of 199, which represents about 58% of all the respondents.

"What does teamwork bring you?"

The mode is "friends".
Teamwork is invested of positive qualities, and is judged to be academically efficient.
Nevertheless, about 26% of the students associate it with troubles: "stress" and/or "worse grades".

Conclusion:

Most students prefer to work in a team, and think it has a positive effect on their life at school.
Nevertheless, some may have had bad experiences.
So we can conclude that although teamwork is interesting, it is not a guarantee of success.

Learning

"On a scale from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest), evaluate how stressed you feel because of your learning experience":

The mode is 3, the mean is roughly 2.5, the median is 3, out of 5.
So the level of stress of the students is rather medium.
However, the lower quartile Q1 is also 3, which means that about 75% of the students have a level of stress greater than or equal to 3.


"Do you like to go to school to learn?"

The mode is "I do", although the answer "I don't" is not so far behind.
95 students out of 199 like to go to school to learn, which represents only about 48% of the total: so actually most of the students have a negative feeling about going to school to learn.

Conclusion:

Most students have a negative feeling about going to school to learn, mainly because the category of "I definitely don't" exceeds the category of "I do": people who do not like to learn at school may be more vocal about it.
The level of stress caused by the learning experience may be an explanation, although most people have only a "medium" level of stress due to learning.

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