Calling all teachers!

First of all, happy back to school for students, teachers (… and parents?)!

With the new academic term very much upon us, I’ll be posting an update soon of progress we’ve made thus far with the education outreach project. However, in the meantime, I have a small request of sorts…

As we finalise the autumn term programme of school workshops, we are hoping to gather insight from local educators. Through an online survey, I am hoping to do a bit of crowd-sourcing to collect as much feedback as possible.

The survey itself is very short (9 questions and takes a maximum of 5 minutes) and mainly asks for teachers’ feedback about field trip preferences, as well as pre/post workshop resources for their class. As part of the HLF project grant, we are doing as much consultation with the community and local educators as possible, so any responses are very much appreciated. The questionnaire introduction also explains details of the project and offer, and will hopefully interest teachers looking for workshops for their classrooms (completely free of charge).

So, if you are an educator, or happen to know any school teachers in and around London, click here for the survey link.

Not quite looking for eighty thousand responses, but any feedback is greatly appreciated! (image reference UWT/D/1/62)

Not quite looking for eighty thousand responses, but any feedback is greatly appreciated!
(image reference UWT/D/1/62)

If you have any questions, or would like further information, please get in touch. And a huge thank you to anyone who is able either complete the questionnaire or pass it along.

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