National Science & Engineering Week

The UK's widest grassroots celebration of all things science and engineering

30/07/2014

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Organiser (non-school) evaluation survey

Thank you for organising an event or activity for National Science & Engineering Week 2013. To help us improve the support we provide for organisers please take part in our evaluation by filling out the  feedback form below.  Your feedback also helps us to secure funding for future National Science & Engineering Weeks.

If you don't know your event ID leave this blank. If you organised more than one event you can fill in separate forms for each or list all event IDs here.
If you organised more than one event you can fill in separate forms for each or list all event names here.
Please rate your experience of organising and running an NSEW event or activity on a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 is 'painful' and 10 is 'lovely'.
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The British Science Association aim to create programs that are inclusive, non-discriminatory and accessible to all, this question helps us to assess this.
Please rate the feedback you got from your event on a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 is mainly negative and 10 is mainly positive.
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