The Impact of Omission: A survey to investigate the extent to which British Imperial history is explored in the curriculum of compulsory education in the U.K.
Currently, it is not compulsory for primary or secondary school students to be educated on colonisation, slavery, or any of the other atrocities that Britain played an extremely significant role in. This is a quick survey made with the aim of gaining a clearer understanding of your experience and education as it pertains to British history.
This survey is only applicable to those educated within the U.K.
All responses are anonymous.
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Which age category do you fall in? *
Which of the following best represents your racial or ethnic heritage? If it is none of these, please write it in the space provided as the final option. *
Where in the U.K. were you taught? *
Was your school religiously affiliated? If so, to which religion? *
What is the highest level of education attainted by someone in your direct family? *
Were you state educated or privately educated? *
Which of the following were you educated on in depth as part of your curriculum - i.e. in a classroom setting (Select any that apply)? *
The national curriculum for history aims to ensure that all pupils: "gain and deploy a historically grounded understanding of abstract terms such as ‘empire’, ‘civilisation’". During discussions of the British Empire in school, to what extent was the role of slavery discussed? *
What, if anything, would you like to have been educated more on during school?
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