Here is a very interesting survey to capture pupils attitudes towards, and experiences of, environmental sustainability in schools. It is aimed at Year 5 and above, you get a report on your contribution and entered for a cash prize. It takes between 5 and 15 minutes, needs completing before Christmas.
Green Schools Project and NUS are asking schools to take part in a pupil survey aiming to capture pupils attitudes towards, and experiences of, environmental sustainability in school.
This survey has been put together by the two organisations in order to see how experiences and views of younger students compare with those of the older students that NUS works with more frequently. It also hopes to gain an insight into the variations between different types of schools, and is intended to become a longitudinal, national study that allows the tracking of changes in attitudes towards sustainability over time.
Green Schools Project and NUS are asking head teachers and teachers to support the research by overseeing completion of this short digital survey with pupils, designed to capture information on their views of their school and their learning in relation to sustainable development and the environment.
Please find the link to the survey home page and information pack here.
Besides being a worthwhile survey to take part in it also provides the opportunity for pupils to analyse a survey and look at how results are used.