ENTHUSE Student Attitudes Survey
For each question, answer honestly but remember, there are no right or wrong answers and your answers are anonymous.
Pick your school from the list
What is your gender?
What is your year group?
I am the sort of person that could have a career in STEM
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I intend to study STEM subjects in future
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I would like a job in a STEM when I am older
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I learn about STEM when I’m not at school (read books, watch videos, visit science museums).
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I think STEM subject lessons are fun.
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I would like to learn more about STEM.
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In STEM subjects, I get to find things out for myself rather than being told.
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Our teachers make STEM subjects easy to understand.
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It’s easy for me to do well in STEM subjects.
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At school I learn about different career choices that use STEM.
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I would like to learn more about having a job in a STEM industry.
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The things I learn in STEM subjects will help me to do well in my life.
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In my STEM lessons, we often see examples of how what we are learning is used in industry and business.
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In the future, society will need more STEM qualified people working for them.
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I have a good knowledge of STEM career opportunities available to me
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I know what qualifications I need to have a career related to STEM.
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I would like to learn more about people who use STEM skills in their jobs.
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