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Eddington topic of A-level and GCSE research projects

Eddington topic of A-level and GCSE research projects

The sustainable nature of the Eddington development does not only spark interest amongst professional bodies (see the many awards Eddington has won so far for architecture, etc.) but also amongst schools and pupils. A growing number of students are using Eddington as a research topic in their courses or final year projects. The ERA is regularly receiving questions to advertise questionnaires, provide input, etc. and we are happy to help.

Please find below the most current requests we received. If you are willing to help out, feel free to click the links and fill out the surveys.

Disclaimer:

ERA is not responsible for and has not scrutinized the content of these surveys/questionnaires. Hence, we cannot guarantee the data is handled in full compliance with current GDPR regulations. Neighbours are advised to read the statements and disclaimers of the individual surveys/questionnaires before deciding to provide their input.


To whom it may concern,

I am a Geography student at Hills Road Sixth Form College but I live locally, and I was wondering if you could share this very short survey about the green space in Eddington with some of your members to help me with my investigation!
Here is the link:
https://arcg.is/1yv49W

Thanks for your time,
Michael

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Eddington is named after the English astronomer, physicist, and mathematician Sir Arthur Eddington (1882–1944).

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