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This survey typically takes around 10 minutes but please take as long as you like, there is no rush. It is best to do it in one go; we hope you find the questions interesting!

Gender
How old are you?
Which school do you go to?
Your Initials & Birthday
In this box please type the initals of your first name and surname, followed by the day and month you were born. For example, if your name was Jane Smith and your birthday was 17 April you’d type JS1704.

Did you complete this survey before you took part in the Dirt Is Good Project?
the person in the grey shirt and striped hat

1. Look at the pictures below and imagine that you are the person in the grey shirt and striped hat. Imagine where you want to be in life, which goals you would like to achieve in life.

You will now be asked 4 questions
To respond, please drag & drop your image choices into the pink squares

Choose two pictures that are very important to you.
Now choose two pictures that are not important at all for you.
Now choose four new pictures that show something that is important to you.
Now choose four more pictures that show something that is not that important to you.
Thanks, you’ve completed these drag & drop questions.
to make others happy
to make others happy
to help others
to help others
to be friends with strangers
to be friends with strangers
to care about nature
to care about nature
to be rich and powerful
to be rich and powerful
to be the leader
to be the leader
to be the best
to be the best
to show what I can do
to show what I can do
to enjoy life
to enjoy life
to have a good time
to have a good time
to do exciting things
to do exciting things
to have an adventure
to have an adventure
to discover something new
to discover something new
to develop new ideas
to develop new ideas
to be safe
to be safe
to be protected
to be protected
to follow the rules
to follow the rules
to be like everyone else
to be like everyone else
to think about god
to think about god
to learn something from the past
to learn something from the past
the person in the grey shirt and striped hat

2. Look at the pictures below and now imagine that the person in the grey shirt and striped hat represents other children in Britain. Imagine where they want to be in life, which goals they would like to achieve in life.

To respond, please drag & drop your image choices into the blue squares

Choose two pictures that are very important to them.
Now choose two pictures that are not important at all for them.
Now choose four new pictures that show something that is important to them.
Now choose four more pictures that show something that is not that important to them.
Thanks, you’ve completed these drag & drop questions.
to make others happy
to make others happy
to help others
to help others
to be friends with strangers
to be friends with strangers
to care about nature
to care about nature
to be rich and powerful
to be rich and powerful
to be the leader
to be the leader
to be the best
to be the best
to show what they can do
to show what they can do
to enjoy life
to enjoy life
to have a good time
to have a good time
to do exciting things
to do exciting things
to have an adventure
to have an adventure
to discover something new
to discover something new
to develop new ideas
to develop new ideas
to be safe
to be safe
to be protected
to be protected
to follow the rules
to follow the rules
to be like everyone else
to be like everyone else
to think about god
to think about god
to learn something from the past
to learn something from the past
Please answer the following questions as honestly as you can and remember there are no right or wrong answers, just answer what seems right to you.
3. Here is a picture of some faces. The three smiling faces is the best possible life for you, and the three sad faces is the worst possible life for you.

Select the number that best fits how you feel at the moment?
4. How important is caring for the natural world to you? (for example, protecting wildlife, stopping climate change and ending plastic pollution)
5. How important is caring for other people to you? (for example, being kind to family and neighbours; making sure people across the world have food, water and shelter; making sure people have safe working environments and are treated fairly)
6. When you think about the future which of the following statements best describes how you feel?

There are lots of things we can do to help the natural world, such as recycling, avoiding plastic, walking instead of going in the car, eating less meat and buying less stuff.

There are lots of things we can do to help other people - checking on neighbours and relatives, fundraising for and donating to charity, buying fair-trade, volunteering and being part of local groups and clubs.

Keeping this in mind, please answer the remaining questions

7. I do things to help other people and the natural world
When I have toWhen it is easyAs much as I canEven when it is difficult
Help other people
Help the natural world
8. How often do you do things to help other people and the natural world with your friends or family?
NeverAbout once a monthAbout once a weekNearly every day
Help other people
Help the natural world
9. I will take action in the future to help or benefit other people and the natural world
Please slide the dot to show how much you agree with this statement from 0% = “I definitely won't” to 100% = “I definitely will”
I definitely won't
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
I definitely will
How much do you agree with the following statements?
10. “I want to do things to help other people and the natural world”
11. "I will take action in the future to help or benefit other people and the natural world"
Please slide the dot to show how much you agree with this statement from 0% = “I will never do this” to 100% = “I will try to do this every day”
I will never do this
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
I will try to do this every day
12. “I think other children want to do things to help other people and the natural world”
13. “I know about things I can do to help other people and the natural world”
14. “I have the skills I need to help other people and the natural world”
15. “I feel I can do things to help other people and the natural world”
16. “I believe that together we can help other people and the natural world”
17. “I am hopeful that the challenges facing nature (e.g. climate change, pollution, species loss) and people (e.g. racism, inequality) will be solved.”
18. “I enjoyed taking part in the Dirt Is Good Project"
19. “I will take action in the future to help or benefit other people and the natural world"
20. How would you say you changed after you took part in the Dirt Is Good Project?

After taking part in Dirt is Good…
More than beforeThe same as beforeLess than before
I want to do things to help other people and the natural world
I think other children want to do things to help other people and the natural world
I know about things I can do to help other people and the natural world
I have the skills I need to help other people and the natural world
I can do things to help other people and the natural world

You are finished – thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us! We hope you enjoy the Dirt Is Good Project. We wish you well in your projects to help other people and our natural world.

 

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