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Survey for guardians: How should comprehensive schools develop their communications?

As the world is changing, teaching and learning also need to be developed. However, it may sometimes be difficult for guardians to keep up with all the changes.

To support the learning of children and young people in the best possible way both at school and at home, it is important that we find functional forms of communication between the school and the guardians.

In this survey, you can express what matters related to comprehensive education you would personally like to know more about as a guardian. We will also ask you how and through which channels you would like your child’s school to communicate with you, and how schools are doing with their communications.

The survey is intended for the guardians of children and young people in pre-primary and comprehensive education in Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Tampere, Turku and Oulu. You can respond to the survey from 15 February to 7 March 2021.

Completing the survey takes about 5 to 10 minutes. The responses on the form are anonymous, and individual respondents cannot be identified from their responses.

Please, answer here:
You can answer in Finnish, English or Swedish.

The survey is a part of the Building the future together – school rules! project funded by the Finnish National Agency for Education and implemented by the Cities of Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Tampere, Turku and Oulu. The purpose of the project is to increase guardians’ and decision-makers’ awareness of the current comprehensive education in Finland and to improve the communications of comprehensive schools.


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