Survey of parents’ experiences of home schooling

May 13th, 2020

A survey of parents’ experiences of home schooling during COVID-19 has just launched.

The survey is part of an international study led by collaborators in Sweden and Germany. Dr Maddie Groom from the University’s Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology is the lead collaborator for the UK.

The findings will be shared with schools so that they can use this information to adapt and refine the support they have provided to parents and children during this time. The survey includes questions about mental health and cognitive difficulties that parents or children may be struggling with, so the researchers will be able to help schools identify how best to support these children and families.

The survey is open to all UK parents, including university staff and students.

Take the survey here.


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