Eddington topic of A Level & Master study

Eddington topic of A Level & Master study

Eddington has raised interest around the country as a potential example for sustainable neighbourhood development.
Several studies are currently conducted.

- We are working on a research project which aims to improve understanding about which circumstances allow active trilingualism – the productive use of three languages - to thrive. To participate by completing a 35-minute online questionnaire, parents just need to click the following link:


- I am currently conducting a study into perceptions of sustainable development and sustainability in Cambridge as part of my A level Geography course and it would be really helpful to hear from people that live in Eddington. Here is the link The survey is short, and completely anonymous.
- If you want to help a Master student with his study into the sustainability of Eddington, head over to the questionnaire on the website of the University of Northumbria:


The ERA is not responsible for and has not scrutinized the content of these surveys/questionnaires. Neighbours are advised to read the statements and disclaimers of the individual surveys/questionnaires before deciding to provide their input.

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