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Research opportunity for parents of children with SEND

Mart1n_Edwards Community member Posts: 1 Listener

Hi everyone,

My name is Martin Edwards and I am currently conducting research for my dissertation project and I am looking for participants to take part in an online survey.

In order to participate you must be:

A parent/carer of a child aged 8-10 years old with SEND

A resident of the United Kingdom

18 years or older and be able to give informed consent

I am a Masters’ student at the University of Manchester studying for the Psychology of Education MEd. As part of my dissertation, I am researching how parents view information about the ethos and culture statements promoted by secondary schools and how it may affect perceptions of SEND inclusion within them. I would be very grateful if you would complete the suvey below and share it with anyone you know who may meet the criteria above.

The survey is hosted by Qualtrics and can be found here:

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions at:

The study has been approved by the University of Manchester ethics committee.

Please share this advert with anyone you know who would meet the eligibility requirements. Your contribution is greatly appreciated!


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