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Research Suggests Fewer Children are Reading in Spare Time

7th October 2013 13:21

According to a National Literacy Trust survey, just over a quarter (28.4%) of 35,000 children from 188 schools said that they read outside of school. About the same number (26.6%) said they did not think their parents cared if they read. Half (50.3%) of those… Read more...

Survey Shows Museums are Cutting Staff and Increasing Volunteers

7th October 2013 12:25

More than a third of museums and galleries cut staff last year, while nearly half increased the number of interns and volunteers, according to a survey by the Museums Association. In addition, the annual review found that school visits were down on average… Read more...

Library Visits Drop by a Quarter in Eight Years Suggests Survey

4th October 2013 17:27

A Department for Culture, Media and Sport survey into the population’s engagement with arts and heritage, found that in the twelve months leading up to June 2013, a third (36%) of people in England had used a library, down from half (48%) of people… Read more...

Research Uncovers Public Perceptions of Museums In Society

28th June 2013 14:35

Research for the Museum Association recently looked in to public perceptions towards the purpose of museums of society. The methodology for this study involved six day-long  workshops with 90 respondents. The workshops took place at the Museum of London,… Read more...

Survey Reveals Many Britons Clueless about Major UK Inventions

29th August 2012 16:11

Market research by the Science Museum has discovered a substantial lack of public awareness regarding the inventions Britain is famous for – this includes the Internet and television. A total of 1,400 members of the public were surveyed to coincide… Read more...

Insight Poll Uncovers the Classic Childrens Books Britons Love Most

20th August 2012 17:20

A survey by the University of Worcester which questioned 2,000 UK adults has discovered the books that parents most want their children to read. Topping the most popular list, Charles Dickens' novella 'A Christmas Carol' was voted the most crucial… Read more...

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