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What is it about?

This dimension is about all activities that promote participation and education outside of the traditional school setting for classes and school. For example, museums, workshops, discussions and theater you visit with your class or school, also every activity that connects the school with the community around the area.


Completing the questionnaire will allow you to evaluate to which extent the Extracurricular activities, Community outreach and wider engagement compliance is attained in your institution.


Explanation of the term personal background: 

In the Questionnaire, you are going to find the term “personal background”. We use this term as a container for individual character, gender, race, religion, socio-economic, migration background, refugee background, allergies and food intolerance, nutritional preferences (vegetarians, vegans …) and age. Every time you read the term, please be aware of all these characteristics.

Please select the options that represent better your current situation: Yes, if your situation is represented by the question statement No, when such statement does not represent your situation You can also answer N/A if you think that requirement presented in the statement does not apply for your institution

Extracurricular activities and Community Outreach 6th Dimension 9.5.
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Questions                                                         Yes                                No                            Don´t know or No Applicable
1. Are school students encouraged to form interest groups? (school band, debate club, etc.) *
2. Is it possible for school students to use school facilities outside school hours? (e.g.: debate club, school band, …) *
3. Can all school students participate equally and barrier-free in their preferred school activities? *
4. Are employees aware of all possibilities of extracurricular services that may affect the development of learning and participation in school? *
5. Are NGOs, non-formal education organisations and local communities seen as a resource for structural and content-related consulting? *
6. Are there programmes in which companies, NGOs or local associations support families with low income participating in school activities? (e.g.: financing school trips) *
7. Are there any programmes in place where companies, NGOs or local associations support families with low income to buy school materials or school meals? *
8. Are there cooperations between schools, NGOs, local communities and parents to support students in their transition to the next educational level? *
9. Have you ever considered that parents, NGO’s, non- formal educational programmes can help students develop their first language skills? *
10. Are there possibilities within the school context to develop your first language skills? *