Are you the parent/guardian of a child at school?
PARENT2: Are you the parent of a pre-school child?
Q11PLUS1: Does the 11+ put too much pressure on 10 and 11 year
Q11PLUS2: Does selection have to happen at some time in a child's
Q11PLUS3: Is a system of separate secondary and grammar schools
Q11PLUS4: Do grammar schools provide the best standard of education?
Q11PLUS5: Does the 11+ system mean that most children feel that
they are failures?
Q11PLUS6: Is the 11+ a good measure of ability?
Q11PLUS7: Are children aged 10 or 11 too young for selection tests?
Q11PLUS8: Do children not at grammar school still get a first
CHANGE11: Does the 11+ and then secondary/grammar school system
GRAMOR11: Change 11+ test, the secondary/grammar school system,
CHG111: Have 11+ test at end of Primary 7?
CHG112: Have selection test at age 14?
CHG113: Have selection test at age 16.
CHG114: Have children assessed by teachers?
CHG115: Have a different kind of test?
CHGGRAM1: Same school until 14, and then secondary/grammar school?
CHGGRAM2: Same school until 16 and then 'A' levels or vocational
CHGGRAM3: Secondary schools select a third of pupils for 'grammar
PASS11: Did you pass 11+?
GOVMXSCH: Should the government encourage more mixed schooling?
CHLEVINT: Have your children ever attended an integrated school?
INTRES1: No integrated school nearby?
INTRES2: Want to learn own culture and religion?
INTRES3: Brother or sister was at another school?
INTRES4: Wanted child to go to a grammar school?
INTRES5: Concerned integrated school not as good academically?
INTRES6: Facilities at other schools better?
INTRES7: Other reason for not sending child to integrated school.
INTRES8: Don't know why didn't send child to integrated school.
INTOPTNS: Options related to integrated schools.
IRSHLANG: Should all secondary level pupils study Irish language
ULSTLANG: Should all secondary level pupils study Ulster-Scots
language and culture?
PROTRELG: Should all secondary level pupils study Protestant religious
CATHRELG: Should all secondary level pupils study Catholic religious
NONDRELG: Should all secondary level pupils study religious beliefs
CITIZN1: Is it the job of schools to teach about politics and
CITIZN2: Is it about time schools started to openly tackle such
CITIZN3: Is teaching children about politics and human rights
just trying to brainwash them?
CITIZN4: Do you doubt that the people teaching this kind of thing
would do it fairly?
CITIZN5: Will children never be effective members of society unless
they learn about human rights and politics when they are young?
CITIZN6: Should schools should be a place where children can get
away from political problems?
CITIZN7: Will teaching about human rights and politics help young
people become active members of their own communities?
CITIZN8: Will teaching about human rights and politics risk encouraging
children towards extreme political views?
CITIZN9: Will discussions about politics and human rights help
children understand why other traditions feel hard done by?
CITIZN10: Will discussions about politics and human rights be
too painful for children who have suffered during the Troubles?
CITIZNGD: Is it a good idea to teach about politics and human
rights in schools?
SEPFUDIV: Do separate schools for Protestants and Catholics fuel
INTDKCLT: Do children at integrated schools learn enough about
their own culture and traditions?
GVNOFUND: Should the government fund schools taking only Catholic
or only Protestant pupils?
PLURAL1: Should children at school learn about the religious festivals
of all religions and ethnic groups?
PLURAL2: Should religious education be left to parents and their
PLURAL3: Should Catholic schools offer cricket and rugby?
PLURAL4: Should Protestant schools offer gaelic football, hurling
EDGAIN1: Schools aim towards skills and knowledge which will help
get a good job?
EDGAIN2: Schools aim towards good exam results?
EDGAIN3: Schools aim towards self-confidence?
EDGAIN4: Schools aim towards knowledge that equips them for life
EDGAIN5: Schools aim towards an ability to live among people from
EDGAIN6: Schools aim towards skills that allow them to adapt to
the changing needs of the world of work?
EDGAIN7: Schools aim towards an ability to speak and write clearly?
EDGAIN8: Schools aim towards a readiness to challenge other people’s