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MNer in England with at least one child: survey time! NOW CLOSED

(21 Posts)
AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 24-Feb-17 11:00:42

Here at MNHQ, we have a very short survey - open to all MNers in England with at least one child.

If this is you, please complete it: here's the link: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TK5G79V

Thanks
MNHQ

peaceloveandbiscuits Fri 24-Feb-17 11:35:58

Fastest survey ever!

Buzzardbird Fri 24-Feb-17 12:04:01

That really was the world's shortest survey!

AlwaysHopeful Fri 24-Feb-17 15:23:38

Short and to the point grin

SarcasmMode Fri 24-Feb-17 15:32:28

Yep - short and sweet!

MamaHanji Fri 24-Feb-17 16:34:49

Baby brain. Trying to figure out how old my kids are and where I live 😞

FurryTurnip Fri 24-Feb-17 19:40:58

Done in 10 seconds max!

BillyButtfuck Fri 24-Feb-17 20:46:24

I'm never sure if I'm SE or SW grin

BackforGood Fri 24-Feb-17 21:00:52

Impressive ly short survey, and I still managed to learn something new grin

del2929 Fri 24-Feb-17 21:59:03

there was nowhere to add email or username.... or was there no need?

BathshebaDarkstone Fri 24-Feb-17 22:58:43

Done

NoChocolateThanks Sat 25-Feb-17 07:45:12

That was quick!

Lovelilies Sat 25-Feb-17 20:03:48

Done. But I home educate so... hmm

peaceloveandbiscuits Sat 25-Feb-17 20:43:00

Love you can still have an opinion on whether it's taught in schools

HerRoyalFattyness Sun 26-Feb-17 02:36:51

Wow. That was very fast

Lolly86 Sun 26-Feb-17 05:38:44

Succinct... 😁

peukpokicuzo Sun 26-Feb-17 06:05:47

Done but I had to click "don't know" because my real answer is "it depends"

Before recent events detailed on other threads I would have ticked yes without hesitation.

Now, I pause for thought because I would need to know whether the legislation that made it statutory would make it more likely that my child would be taught as, if this was true and factual: "there are pink brains and blue brains and if you like this set of activities and things you are a girl and if you like this set you are a boy and if your body shape doesn't match this you are trans". And if it was statutory would I lose the right to withdraw a child from a lesson like that?

BathshebaDarkstone Sun 26-Feb-17 07:39:52

Damn peuk I should have clicked "don't know" too.

I don't know what that school would make of my DD, she likes Pokémon, Minecraft, Lego, isn't keen on pink but has a pair of silver pumps which she chose, loves flowers and butterflies. hmm

skerrywind Sun 26-Feb-17 08:02:26

Interesting. PSE is compulsory here in Scotland- I thought it was UK wide.

It's a great subject, taken right up to age 18 at school, covers peer pressure, social media, texting,drugs, race, gender,alcohol, sexuality, inclusion, bullying, finance,mental health, personal health, motivation. Makes for a great school environment.

BathshebaDarkstone Sun 26-Feb-17 08:20:24

The DC are in a recently academised school, as far as I know they don't do it.

mumandstudent99 Sun 26-Feb-17 10:50:58

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