Learning Attitude Survey
With the help of funding from North Wilts and Kennet Local Learning Partnership the St. Peter's School Campaign for Learning was launched in January 2001. The aim of the project was to make learning a positive habit in the wider school community through understanding and appreciating children's and parents' attitudes towards learning, developing a lifelong learning culture and supporting families in learning together.
The project started with an attitude survey sent to all parents. A 44% response rate indicated that parents, despite in some cases having a negative attitude to their own school experiences, wanted to be involved in their children's learning as well as take up learning opportunities for themselves.
It would be naive to think this was representative of all parents' attitudes towards learning. It merely indicates that there are significant numbers to develop the project further in the belief that the barriers to learning faced by some families can be slowly broken down to provide learning opportunities for all.
Below is a copy of the survey document used.
St. Peters School Campaign For Learning
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