Page 1: Thriving lives toolkit evaluation: Participant information
This study is being carried out on behavlf of the Service Chldren's Progresion (SCiP) Alliance (https://www.scipalliance.org). The aim of this study is to evaluate the progress made by schools in implementing the SCiP Alliance's Thriving Lives Toolkit, gauge the impact using the toolkit has had and identify what additional facilities would help schools. You can download the toolkit from here:
The study is being carried out by The International Centre for Guidance Studies at The University of Derby and Tiller Research. The data we collect will be used to inform the SCiP Alliance on how the toolkit is being used.
It should take around 10 minutes to complete the survey.
All the data you provide today will be anonymous and will be kept confidentially in a password protected file in a secure server. Only the immediate research team in iCeGS and Tiller Research will have access to the data.
If you choose to take part in this survey you may stop participating at any time. If you decide not to take part or to stop participating, this decision will be respected and you will not be penalised in any way. It will not be possible to remove your data from the project as we will not be able to identify your specific responses in the data.
What if I have questions? If you have any questions about this survey or the research evaluation itself, please contact Dr Jill Hanson email@example.com
Please read the statements below and then click next if you agree to take part:
- I confirm that I have read and understood the information above about my participation in this study.
- I confirm that I know I can contact the research team to ask questions about the study.
- I understand that my participation is voluntary but that I cannot withdraw my responses as they will not be identifiable from the aggregated data.
- I understand that any research findings related to this project will be anonymous.
- I agree with the statements above and I am happy to take part in the above study.