Happy New Year. I hope you had a restful festive season. Early on in
December, I publicised links to ALLFIE’s online questionnaires related to
our project on Accessibility Plans in English secondary schools. December
is a busy time, so I imagine some people may not have had time to respond to
This is a reminder to let you know that our questionnaires are still open
until the end of February. If you have already responded to our survey,
thank you. Please help us further by taking a moment to share the links
below with your contacts.
We are very keen to hear parents’ and education professionals’ views. So
far, we have had really interesting responses coming through. We hope to
receive as many viewpoints as possible, so that we can build a bigger
picture of people’s diverse experiences of school Accessibility Plans and
access issues generally. Finding out about people’s real-life experiences
will help us create compelling research findings. We hope our research will
increase Accessibility Plans’ potential to drive inclusive education
practice – and, ultimately, support more opportunities for independent
living and inclusion in mainstream society.
Please click here to complete the parents’ survey:
Please click here to complete the educators’ and professionals’ survey:
We truly appreciate your time and support with this project. We’ll update
you in due course as the project progresses. In the meantime, you can find
out more about ALLFIE’s news and activities at www.allfie.org.uk.
All the best,
Dr Armineh Soorenian
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