TECgirls Insights Survey for Parents/Guardians

Igniting a passion for TEC (technology, engineering and creativity) for young girls in Cornwall!

This survey aims to help us understand how parents/guardians play a role in encouraging girls aged 6-12 to seek activities, workshops and future careers in TEC.

​Please answer the questions for one girl aged 6-12. If you have more than one girl in this age group, please refresh the page after submitting, to complete the survey again
The data we are collecting with this form will be used for research purposes by TECgirls only. It will not be shared with any third parties, other than selected organisations we work with to implement TECgirls events and initiatives. It will not be used as the basis for any further communication with you, by TECgirls or by any third party. You have the right to ask us to delete your data at any time. If you would like to discuss how your data is collected and handled by TECgirls, please email us at info@tecgirls.co.uk. Please tick "Yes" if you are happy to share your survey answers with us on these terms. *
Where in Cornwall do you live? *
What school does your child attend?
How would you rank these subjects in importance? *
Religious Studies
Physical Education
Most important
Least important
Which of these subjects do you encourage your child to do well in at school? (Tick all that apply) *
Which of these subjects do you think your child enjoys most? (Tick all that apply) *
Has your child ever attended one of the following? (Tick all that apply) *
Please tick all the gadgets at home that your child has access to
Do you discuss future careers and pathways with your child? *
Which of these jobs do you think your child might enjoy doing in their future (tick all that apply)? *
Which of these sectors do you think have roles available for people living and working in Cornwall? (Tick all that apply) *
Do you have any comments or suggestions for the team at TECgirls?
Thank you for your time!
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