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This collection contains response data from parents and teachers relating to the Future Memories in Place project.

We have collated 228 responses from the pupil participants, which were part of the questionnaires that had both tick box sections and spaces for free comments. Here are some examples:

36 out of 228 children (16.6%) answered that the most interesting thing they learned from the world mapping exercise was finding where people had come from and 92 out of 228 children thought that their class was connected to at least 20 countries. They also liked working together as a team.

52 children thought that the ancient Tessera and sculpture was the most interesting thing and some children wrote in the open section that they had told their parents that people moved around a lot in the ancient world and that they had comedies 2000 years ago. They also enjoyed looking at real archaeological objects and learning about the ancient world.

In relation to the art aspect 123 children, which is more than 50% enjoyed working outside with 77 most enjoying using new and different drawing techniques.

In the final open section 31 children most enjoyed the Tessera, 29 the sound map with 10 enjoying ‘everything’ and one stating ‘nothing’.

Recent Submissions

  • School Pupil Feedback - Template Response Sheet 

    Isayev, Elena; Webster, Catrin (University of Exeter, 2013-01-15)
    This is the template feedback sheet distributed to school pupils that participated in the AHRC-funded 'Future Memory in Place' project. This project united visual art and ancient history through contemporary landscape ...
  • School Pupil Feedback - Raw Feedback Sheets 

    Isayev, Elena; Webster, Catrin (University of Exeter, 2013-01-15)
    This item contains scans of the feedback sheets filled in by school pupils that participated in the AHRC-funded 'Future Memory in Place' project. This project united visual art and ancient history through contemporary ...
  • School Pupil Feedback - Compiled Statistics 

    Isayev, Elena; Webster, Catrin (University of Exeter, 2013-01-15)
    This item contains the compiled feedback statistics from school pupils that participated in the AHRC-funded 'Future Memory in Place' project. This project united visual art and ancient history through contemporary landscape ...

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