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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

(97 Posts)
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

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 29-Mar-11 12:34:34

izzybiz was selected as the winner of the £250 JL voucher.

NICK10 Sat 19-Mar-11 20:12:23

Completed the survey, thanks

emmabarron Fri 18-Mar-11 21:54:46


PTAJezabel Fri 18-Mar-11 21:25:05


BirdFromDaNorf Fri 18-Mar-11 20:27:46

Done. I've never won before but think this is important to do...

SunshineOnARainyDay Fri 18-Mar-11 19:49:41


the5ofus Fri 18-Mar-11 19:17:20

Im new here and this is the first survey I have ever done

taczilla Fri 18-Mar-11 13:36:44


BrokenBananaTantrum Fri 18-Mar-11 13:26:49

done now off for a brew

Carnival Fri 18-Mar-11 13:00:06


blackeyedsusan Fri 18-Mar-11 12:40:53

more bloody work for teachers. i predict that the poorer reader's will be given extra help which is good but not if it is at the expense of letting the more able readers coast because they are already past the level... (sigh)

oh and don't get me started about the reading books at school.....

StealthPolarBear Fri 18-Mar-11 12:39:12


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 18-Mar-11 12:21:01

PricklyThistle good point blush truly sorry....

eyeofhorus Fri 18-Mar-11 11:29:32

completed it

bosch Fri 18-Mar-11 10:07:16


<wanders off to have quiet rant about testing young children>

swallowthree Thu 17-Mar-11 23:53:59


PricklyThistle Thu 17-Mar-11 23:33:53

Why thank you. I feel it is my role on MN wink

nigglewiggle Thu 17-Mar-11 23:24:05

But you have truly honoured your name wink.

PricklyThistle Thu 17-Mar-11 23:22:02

Done, although I have to point out AGAIN to Mumsnet that you need to stop taking an English centred approach and calling it UK. To the best of my knowledge there are no plans in Scotland to introduce testing for 6 year olds.
Bang goes my chance of winning grin

FreudianSlippery Thu 17-Mar-11 22:27:13

Thanks Ann I wasn't sure so I've left the window open on my phone, I can go complete it now.

nigglewiggle Thu 17-Mar-11 22:15:03


NotaMopsa Thu 17-Mar-11 21:43:00

my childs school have changed the entire reading scheme TODAY! I may have to do it again...

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 17-Mar-11 20:06:37

FreudianSlippery - it can mean whatever type of learning establishment you use I guess....if they are starting to learn to read then it is ok (we were vague with the ages as they are all different!) thanks and sorry for the delay in responding

essyroo Thu 17-Mar-11 19:51:43

Done-still getting used to the idea that I have a child who is old enough to be reading!!

sybilfaulty Thu 17-Mar-11 19:44:58


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