Inclusive education survey for parents and professionals

The Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE) has a project examining the effectiveness of secondary school Accessibility Plans in England.

As a Disabled-led organisation, ALLFIE is committed to removing barriers in education, and hope this project will make a meaningful contribution to the inclusion of Disabled children and young people in mainstream schools.

ALLFIE have received a great amount of interest in the project, and some of you have mentioned that attending focus groups is not practical for you due to your commitments.  To address this, I have created two online questionnaires:  one for parents, and one for educators and professionals.

It would be great if you could please take the time to fill in these questionnaires.  As parents and professionals, your voices and experiences are central to this project.  Your input will be very valuable in working towards the creation of accessible, inclusive schools where all children are enabled and supported to learn and participate equally.

Parents’ questionnaire:

Educators and professionals’ questionnaire:

ALLFIE would also be most grateful to you if you would please share these links with your contacts and networks.  The more responses that we can get, the more representative our project can be of the diversity of people’s school experiences.

If you would like more information about the project, please don’t hesitate to contact me.