The survey is being conducted by the University of Brighton’s Centre of Resilience for Social Justice.
Dr Suna Eryigit-Madzwamuse, Senior Research Fellow in the School of Health Sciences, said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe disruption to the education system, with no easy blueprint outlining what to do next.
“Researchers leading the area of children, families and schools at the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice (CRSJ) and through social enterprise Boingboing are particularly curious to understand how children can return to a resilient school environment at the end of this summer.
“Population-level disruptions to education have the potential for transformative systems change in schools. This impact can be positive, when change is implemented collectively, strategically and with a systems oriented social justice approach.”