Parents and teachers - tell us what you think!
All of the resources in the Darwin and DNA activity pack were made as part of my Master's Research Project at The University of Sheffield. I am very keen to learn how well I did in creating these resources and whether they were effective in communicating science to your child or school pupil. I would also like to know of any improvements you think I could make. By completing this survey, you are agreeing for the data you provide to be used as part of a Science Communication Master's Research Project. There is no obligation for you to do this survey; you can leave this page at any time.

Data Protection Information:
The University of Sheffield will act as the Data Controller for this study. This means that the University is responsible for looking after your information and using it properly. According to data protection legislation, we are required to inform you that the legal basis we are applying in order to process your personal data is that ‘processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest’ (Article 6(1)(e)). Further information can be found in the University’s Privacy Notice
Additional information, including details about how and why the University processes your personal information, how we keep your information secure, and your legal rights (including how to complain if you feel that your personal information has not been handled correctly), can be found in the University’s Privacy Notice, linked above.

If you have any issues or queries feel free to contact either myself or Dr Alison Wright via email:

Thank you!
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