Can plants enrich your teaching? Help us to help you!
Survey for Teachers, TAs and others in schools.

This survey will help us tailor our materials to meet the needs of teachers. Thanks for your help, and we hope you enjoy the quiz questions too! (These are only to give you a taste of the fun/historical facts that plants can offer-we are not testing you!) Please tick more than one box where relevant.

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* 1. Please indicate which School Yr Group(s) you work with

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* 2. Optional question - Do you know which of the following Plants that grow wild in the UK and across Europe is deadly, deadly poisonous if eaten? Fact:The famous Greek Philosopher Socrates died after taking it!

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* 3. How often were your KS2 or KS3 children learning outside last year, in practice? (Excluding PE)

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* 4. Optional question - Police Detectives and Archaeologists use their knowledge of Plants to unravel the story behind a crime scene or the events behind an archaeological find. Do you know what their job title is?

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* 5. What is your role in school? (tick all that apply)

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* 6. How would you describe the culture at your school in the context of outdoor learning.

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* 7. The Pappus tool kit plans to offer the following. Please rate the usefulness/importance of each to you.

  Un-important - I can get this information elsewhere Quite useful but not inspiring to me. Useful Very useful and likely to be inspiring Essential information
A list of top 20 common plants useful for play and learning.
ID, habitat and interesting facts about each of the 20 plants
Learning Springboards, by curriculum subject, suggesting how these plants could be used in all seasons across and range of topics.
Quick (20-30 mins)  curriculum linked ideas using a wide range of easily found natural resources.
Investigation ideas and longer term projects using plants
Practical and playful ways to use plants.

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* 8. Optional question - One of these Plants was used in Neolithic times to make cloth, paper, fishing nets, sails, tablecloths, ropes and textiles. It was also used by the German Army to dye their military uniforms in WW1. Which Plant is it?

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* 9. What would encourage you to take lessons outside more frequently.

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* 10. Pappus aims to offer training, along with the teaching and learning resources. How would you like to access this training?

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