Family Activities Consultation
On behalf of the local Community Sports Network, Durham County Council, Culture and Sport Services are in the process of carrying out local consultation with employees and residents in the Shildon, Crook, Willington, Bishop Aukland and Tow Law areas.
The purpose of this consultation is to find out more about the types of sport and leisure activities local residents and their families would like to take part in.
The results of consultation will be used to help Durham County Council and its key partners improve planning and delivery of sport and leisure opportunities provided for families within these areas.
Sport and Leisure Activities Survey 2013
This survey is aimed at anyone aged 14+ (in particular parents and their families), living or working in and around the Shildon, Crook, Willington, Bishop Aukland and Tow Law areas.
You can complete the survey at the following website... https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DTV5DY2
All those who complete this survey by Wednesday 19th June will be given the opportunity to win £100 highstreet vouchers.
Click here for more information.
The Horrible Shop
The Year 5 children are currently working very hard on their school production of The Horrible Shop.
The show will take place on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th of June at 6pm.
Tickets are now on sale for the show prices at £2.50 for adults and £1.50 for children and OAP’s. If you would like to purchase a ticket then please contact the main office.
We look forward to seeing you.
Psychological Research Study
Participants needed for study investigating the development of autobiographical memory in children
We are looking for children aged between 6 and 10 to take part in a psychological research study.
We would like to invite children aged between 6 and 10 years to participate in our study of the development of the self-concept and autobiographical memory. For this research, we have designed some fun and rewarding tasks designed to test memory and the sense of self. We will also give children some standard tests of cognitive ability. We would like to see your child at school (with the school's permission) for a maximum of 2 x 30 minute sessions or in the psychology department of Durham University for one session, lasting an hour (whichever is more convenient for you). For children and parents/carers travelling to Durham, we would reimburse all travel costs. This research has been ethically approved by the Durham University Ethics Advisory Sub-Committee and all information will be strictly confidential. If you would like your child to take part in the study, or if you would like some more information, please email email@example.com.
(6 June 2013)
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