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The Steiner influence on the Foundation Stage

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by caleb_churchill, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. Hello,

    I'm currently collecting data for my dissertation. I have a very short questionnaire which I would appreciate should you take the time to fill in. I merely want to see what teacher/parent perceptions are on the Steiner approach, and how it may have influenced the Foundation Phase in the State system. Your opinions are valued very much. Thank you.

    Please follow the link below to complete the online questionnaire.

  2. piglet171

    piglet171 New commenter

    But it's the same as Nursery and P1.
  3. I understand that Scotland doesn't technically have a Foundation Stage/Phase. I've merely posted this to the Scottish Forum because of course, like anywhere, there will be teachers/parents who are engaged in the Scottish system, but who also have personal experience in the English/Welsh education systems. Therefore, broadening the potential responses. Nevertheless, thank you for your input.
  4. Sorry I thought you'd just put it in the wrong place (as people have done this before). Would you like me to fill in the survey as a Scottish teacher with "Early Level" instead of "Foundation Phase" or would this not be helpful. I've no current experience of the English/Welsh system.

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