In addition to our own internal participant survey, Erasmus+ required students to complete a comprehensive survey. Too much data was collected to present clearly, so I have extracted a few highlights.
You can read the PDF here: http://bit.ly/erasmusplusreportb18
Whilst you will see that no negative results have been presented here, there was, in truth, only one question which had a negative reaction above 14%: 86% of participants do not believe that their time abroad developed their competencies in mathematics, science and technology. This is not terribly surprising and was not an aim of our project.
If you would like to see the full results of this survey, please contact Mr Crewe at school.
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