Are you a teacher in the UK? We'd love to hear your thoughts on how the kids you teach connect with nature, about the opportunities for kids to experience nature at school, and what we can do to make sure the next generation grow up to love wildlife...
take the survey
 
These questions are all about nature at school...

These questions are to help us build a picture of access and attitudes to nature in schools. All of your answers to these questions will be treated confidentially.
 
How often do your pupils interact with nature and wildlife whilst at school? *

This could be outside in the playground, through a nature table in the classroom, through lessons or through extra-curricular activities...

 
Where in your school do children have the opportunity to interact with British wildlife? *


 
Are you encouraged and given regular opportunities to teach your pupils about British wildlife, either in or out of the classroom? *

     
 
On the whole, do you think that the pupils at your school care for, and enjoy spending time in, nature? *


 
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

These questions are to help us build a picture of how important people think nature is to children's development. All of your answers to these questions will be treated confidentially.
 
Having access to nature and wildlife is important for children *

 
I'm concerned that children don't spend enough time interacting with nature and wildlife *

 
These days children learn more from watching TV and playing computer games than being outside *

 
What do you think would be the most important, and effective, change that could be made to ensure that future generations grow up to love wildlife?

 
What do you think The Wildlife Trusts should do to ensure that future generations grow up to love wildlife?

 
Some questions about you...

 
What age are the children you teach? *

You can select more than one option if you teach children of different ages

 
Please tell us your name... *

 
Would you like to hear from your Wildlife Trust about the work they do to protect wildlife where you live? *

We won't share your personal data with any third parties.
     
 
What's your postcode? *

We'll match your postcode to your Wildlife Trust, or you can select which Trust you'd like to hear from from the dropdown menu below...
 
How would you like to hear from your Wildlife Trust? *


 
Contact Information

 
Please enter your telephone number *

Please note, we may not be able to contact you telephone immediately
 
Please enter your home address *

Please note, we may not be able to contact you by post straight away
 
Contact Information

 
Please enter your telephone number *

Please note, we may not be able to contact you telephone immediately
 
Contact Information

 
Please enter your home address *

Please note, we may not be able to contact you by post straight away
 
The Wildlife Trusts may like to reproduce your answers to questions 3 and/or 4, quoted alongside your first name. Do we have your permission to do this? *

Don't worry if you're not comfortable with this. You're answers will still help inform the next stages of our campaign, and will be treated in complete confidence.
     
Thanks very much for taking the time to complete our survey. Your input will be invaluable in helping us shape our work with children in the future. 

Unless otherwise stated in your survey, all answers will be treated in confidence. 

If you have any questions about the campaign or the survey, please don't hesitate to contact Lucy McRobert, on lmcrobert@wildlifetrusts.org
You can also find out more at wildlifetrusts.org/EveryChildWild
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