The Centre for Social Mobility, based at Exeter University has release a rapid response research project in reaction to the closure of schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
If you can, please spare 10 minutes to support this work by participating in the study survey. Please feel free to forward the survey to other students (aged 16 and above), parents/ guardians / teachers, and university admissions and outreach professionals.
The closure of schools impacts on young people, families, teachers and university admissions and outreach professionals. By answering a few short questions about your perceptions, expectations and concerns, you will help us provide quick feedback to policy makers about the implications of the current school closure. More information is available in our Rapid Response Info sheet.
Further information can be found here: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/socialmobility/projects/rapidresponseproject/
The Centre for Social Mobility has received ethical approval from the University of Exeter (Reference S1920-101) and the survey is GPDR compliant. Participation in the survey means that you consent to participating in the study. Your survey responses are anonymous. This means that we are unable to withdraw you from the study once you have submitted your survey. It will not be possible to identify individuals in any publications.
The Centre for Social Mobility are donating £50 for every 200 completed surveys (up to a maximum of £1000) to the charity ChildLine. You will also have the chance to be entered into a draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher (or if preferred a £50 donation to the WHO Covid19 fund). **We are delighted to announce that we have already donated £300 to ChildLine (NSPCC) so far – thank you!**
If you have further questions or comments about the research, please contact:
Professor Anna Mountford-Zimdars