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FRAME is seeking secondary school pupils’ views

Undergraduate students from Nottingham Trent University are working on behalf of FRAME with the aim of promoting engagement with the issues affecting animal experimentation and alternatives, and exploring ways in which it can be incorporated into the secondary school curriculum.

The university students have created a survey to identify what if anything is already taught, what pupils’ views on experimentation are and to understand how pupils would prefer to learn about the topic.

The ultimate aim is to work with secondary schools to develop educational resources/engagement activities based on understanding animal experimentation and alternatives. This student project is laying the ground work by understanding how pupils view the topic. The next stage will be to explore the results of the survey with teachers and ultimately work together to develop something which can be distributed to schools more widely.

We are seeking views from young people in years 9 and 10 and sixth form. If you are a student that falls into these year groups and would like to take part in the survey please follow the link below. If you are a teacher or parent of a student in this age range please encourage them to take part. The more information we are able to gather the better we will be able to understand the current situation and develop engaging and interesting resources.

To take the survey please click here [this survey is now closed]

Thank you for taking the time to give us your views.

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