Questionnaire for students/children

The questionnaire is provided in the framework of the project: 

“Location-sensitive game-based training of school youth for the reduction and control of CO2 emissions – ECO-SCORE – 2021-2-CY01-KA210-SCH-000050073”

The questionnaire aims to investigate the degree at which air pollution is included in the school curriculum, as well as the current practices employed by the school regarding improving air quality and educating students accordingly.

Air pollution can be defined as the presence of toxic chemicals or compounds (including those of biological origin) in the air, at levels that pose a health risk. In an even broader sense, air pollution means the presence of chemicals or compounds in the air which are usually not present, and which lower the quality of the air or cause detrimental changes to the quality of life (such as the damaging of the ozone layer or causing global warming).

Disclaimer: The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

What is your age? *

Are you aware of the air quality around the school premises?

How do you get informed about the air quality in the school itself?

Do you have an air pollutant measurement system in the classrooms in your school?

What kind of air pollutant sources can you identify near the school?

Is there a high traffic avenue or street near your school?

Are you aware of the harmful effects of air pollutants on the human health?

Do you know what measures you can take to protect yourself from the harmful effects of air pollutants?

What kind of transport do you use to get to school?

Have you participated in an extracurricular activity related to air pollution?

Are you made aware when the air pollutants reach a dangerous level?

Are you familiar with the main air pollutants?

Which of the following air pollutants are you familiar with?

Are you familiar with the differences between natural and human-caused sources of pollution?

In which of your school’s disciplines/courses are air quality and air pollutants mentioned?