Sharing your thoughts...

Following our research with several local schools we were led to believe that key priorities - were
  • encouraging children to aim higher
  • take greater pride in themselves & their achievements
  • inquisitive and ask questions

These match really well with our Hero Project CIC priorities too! Our main priority is to change the way young people think and how they take action using heritage as a conduit.

The Kick the Dust, Heritage Lottery Fund application bid that has been submitted successfully meets all the priorities above, and we hope would be beneficial to your school. We can send you the Kick the Dust submission on request.

This feedback survey is to consolidate the ideas generated and look at how we could move forwards.

Thank you for taking a few moments to complete this for us. Julia and Deana.

* 1. Some ideas. Which of these could possibly support your school, college or organisation?

* 2. On a scale of 1 to 10, how often do you currently use local heritage in your lessons and activities?

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* 3. On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely are you to introduce heritage into your lessons and activities in the future?

0 5
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* 4. Which areas within your curriculum do you think heritage could be introduced? [tick all that apply]

* 5. Thinking about local heritage organisations and sites, how many have your school, college or organisation visited or used in lessons or activities?

* 6. Would you be interested in local hero workshops and / or assemblies in your school, college or organisation?

* 7. Local Heroes - some people you may wish to consider using in school to inspire children

* 8. What could the barriers be to introducing heritage into the curriculum?

* 9. Could you provide contact details for someone in your school, college or organisation who would be interested in developing ideas?

* 10. Which of these do you currently support to improve learning in your school, college or organisation? Please rate them 1 being most used - use N/A if you don't currently use the option shown
[This question will form part of our ongoing research; it will hopefully allow us to produce resources which could be funded from pupil premium payments in the future or become evidence for future funding applications]

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