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Transition from primary-to-secondary school for looked after children

Discussion in 'Education news' started by hstratfordtuke, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. hstratfordtuke

    hstratfordtuke New commenter

    My name is Harriet Stratford-Tuke and I am undertaking a dissertation as part of the BA (Hons) Childhood Studies undergraduate program at Nottingham Trent University. The main aims of the research are to examine the barriers children who are looked after face to make a successful transition from primary to secondary school. The research will be carried out by eliciting the views of stakeholders regarding the transition to secondary school for looked after children. The questionnaire has ten questions and will take no longer than five minutes to complete. Your contribution will be highly valued.

    The research project has been approved by the Ethics Committee at Nottingham Trent University. Additionally, the data will be kept confidential in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and BERA (British Educational Research Association) Guidelines 1998. Information obtained during the course of this project will remain anonymous. Ensuring anonymity is protected participants will not be identified in the report from this study.

    All data collected will be held securely and confidentiality, and will only be shared to Nottingham Trent University lecturers for assessment purposes. Any data will be destroyed after data analysis is complete. You have the right to withdraw from the research at any time, in these circumstances, the information that has previously been provided will be returned to you and destroyed.

    By continuing past this page you are agreeing to participate in this questionnaire and the subsequent research. Thank you once again for your participation.

  2. drvs

    drvs Star commenter

    ... and what is your piece of Education News for discussion in the Education News forum?
  3. dunnocks

    dunnocks Star commenter

    How many times have you posted this?

    Sorry, but as I said on the other (or one other) thread, this is survey has not been properly composed, and will not generate any valid results.

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