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The survey measures how schools resource practical science against a number of benchmarks, including the equipment they have and use, the funding of science within schools and the number of teaching and technician hours.
In order to complete the information requested, you may need to refer to colleagues, as appropriate. The survey therefore contains a ‘save and return’ option and there is also a link to a Word version to help respondents prepare responses before submitting these online.