National School Survey – July 2020 – Summary of Findings

17th August 2020 - Susie Newton

In response to to the coronavirus pandemic, IVE worked with colleagues across the country to find out the needs and aspirations of schools ahead of the new academic year.

National Arts, Creative and Cultural Education Survey – July 2020 – Summary of Findings

As a response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Bridge organisations across England worked together to initiate a National School Survey. The purpose of this survey was to gather indicative information from schools about the potential needs and creative aspirations for their pupils from autumn 2020 onwards. It was distributed in the last two weeks of the academic year, in a very challenging school term, to gather the most relevant information.

Below is an infographic setting out the headline findings. Please take a look at the full report, which you can access here: National Schools Survey – Summary of findings.

We hope you will find it useful in your forward planning for engaging with/supporting schools over the coming academic year.

Bridge organisations are hugely grateful to those educators who were able to find the time to respond.

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