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NOW CLOSED: UK MNers: Is your child learning to read? Please complete a short survey for Pearson - you could win £250 of John Lewis vouchers

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 16-Mar-11 09:50:14

Pearson - the UK's leading educational company - have asked us to find out how you feel about reading with your child, and the support and resources you get from your child's school and elsewhere.

Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey - it is open to all UK Mumsnetters with at least one child in the earlier stages of learning to read - aged between approximately 3 and 7.

Everyone who completes the survey and who adds their details at the end will be entered into a prize draw to win a £250 John Lewis voucher.

Please note all responses are confidential. You will not be sold anything as a result of this survey and your name will not be linked to your responses.

Here's the link again: here

Thanks and good luck, MNHQ

smokinaces Wed 16-Mar-11 14:42:41


Babieseverywhere Wed 16-Mar-11 15:43:48


Waswondering Wed 16-Mar-11 16:48:38


(nearly 8 years on mn and yet to win anything ...)

angels3 Wed 16-Mar-11 18:35:24


Zettelbox Wed 16-Mar-11 18:54:01

do you only have a chance of the survey prize if you post "done" here? I've never done this before and never won, so here goes...


aurorastargazer Wed 16-Mar-11 18:59:39


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 16-Mar-11 19:01:34 but folks seem to enjoy posting done!

aurorastargazer Wed 16-Mar-11 19:05:21


though with question 5, perhaps it could have had, as an option, do you think that your child's progress is being hampered if the level of books being given is too easy?

CarGirl Wed 16-Mar-11 19:27:17

Hmmmm very limited questionnaire - there wasn't the option to express the opinions I have confused

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 16-Mar-11 20:20:44

Do feel free to add your POV on the thread - tis a big topic and we had to keep the number of questions down a bit

Eddas Wed 16-Mar-11 20:29:09


coppertop Wed 16-Mar-11 20:30:43

Ann is a wonderful name for a child to see when learning to read. And "mumsnet" is a perfect addition for using those phonics, isn't it?

<flutters eyelashes>

Shall I send you a stamp to make it cheaper for you to post my voucher? wink

IHeartKingThistle Wed 16-Mar-11 20:36:46

done smile

Grockle Wed 16-Mar-11 21:04:51


bobblehat Wed 16-Mar-11 21:08:28


Carrotsandcelery Wed 16-Mar-11 21:17:11


MrsShrekTheThird Wed 16-Mar-11 22:08:01

me too

WhipMeIndiana Wed 16-Mar-11 22:11:45

done woo-hoo

Valpollicella Wed 16-Mar-11 22:16:37


amalur Wed 16-Mar-11 22:25:31


FickleFreckle Wed 16-Mar-11 22:26:52


Dolcegusto Wed 16-Mar-11 22:27:33


libEL Wed 16-Mar-11 23:21:34

Completed, think I may have rambled a bit when asked if I had anything I wanted to add on the topic.....

NotaMopsa Wed 16-Mar-11 23:29:27

done and luuuuurrrved it (such a bore)

Dysgu Wed 16-Mar-11 23:44:23


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