Voice your opinions

2nd October 2009 at 01:00

Pupils from about 5,000 schools in England are due to begin filling in an online questionnaire from Monday. More than 325,000 children and young people from Years 6, 8 and 10 are due to take part in the Tellus survey, which will give them a chance to express their views on their schools and other services. The National Foundation for Educational Research, which is organising the study, has arranged citizenship lesson plans on how surveys can help young people to influence local and national government.


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