Staff questionnaire analysis (quantitive)


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Staff questionnaire analysis (quantitive)

  1. 1. Staff Questionnaire Analysis. (Quantitive) For part of the unit we had to go around to teachers to give them a questionnaire which would be filled in to give us some more information about what the sculpture should where, where should it be located and more things. For question one: Do you feel that Cranford Community College is wasting a lot of energy? From the results we found out that from the twelve people we were able to ask 11/12 people thought Cranford was wasting energy which did not need to be wasted. Where 1/12 people thought Cranford was not wasting energy. The second question was which environmentally friendly sculpture would you like to see around the school? The results we got from this questions was that 4/12 people would prefer to see the energy wasting fountain but also drawn with this result was the on/off light bulb with 4/12 people. But there are still four people to vote and they choose 2/12 people wanted the sculpture earth problem and 2/12 people wanted all the ideas joined together. So overall to create the sculpture we are going to join the energy wasting fountain and the on/off light bulb. Do you feel that Cranford is wasting energy? 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Yes No options numberofresponses Series1 What sculpture would you like to see in the school? 0 1 2 3 4 5 Energy wasting foutain Earth Problems options peoplesresponses Series1
  2. 2. We then asked them the question which materials would you prefers to see the sculpture made out of? From the results we can see that 7/12 people preferred that all the materials that were suggested to be used in the sculpture. The materials that were suggested were cans, boxes, glass, paper and metal. The Forth question we asked was about where the sculpture when finished should be located. The options we gave were: at the front of the school, in the main office and somewhere on the playground or concourse. When we got the results I counted them up and found out that the people we asked they would prefer the sculpture to be located at the front of the school. This got voted 5/12. So if we did put the sculpture there we would have to consider the materials the sculpture will be made out of. The fifth question we asked was did you know whether there were other sculptures around the school? From the results we were surprised to see that 10/12 people knew that there were other sculpture but 2/12 people did not know anything about other sculptures around the school. We asked this question just to get an idea about people’s knowledge of sculptures around the school. What materials should the sculpture be made out of? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 C ans Boxes G lass Paper M etal Allofthe follow ing options peopleresponses Series1 Where should the sculpture be located? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Atthefrontofthe school Inthemainoffice somewhereonthe playground/conco urse options numberofresponses Series1
  3. 3. The second to last question we asked was what size should the sculpture be? We gave three options, and only one could be picked. Large, medium and small. Because it is a sculpture most people obviously choose for the sculpture to be large. 8/12 people actually choose for the sculpture to be large. 4/12 people said the sculpture should be about medium sized and no people wanted the sculpture to be small. The final question we asked was about what colours the sculpture should be. We gave four options and they were bright colours, light colours, more prime colours and colours with sparkles. 7/12 people said the colours should be bright colours. 1/12 people said the colours should be light. 2/12 people said the colours should be Prime colours. And finally 2/12 people said that the colours should be with sparkles. So overall bright colours were the most popular. Did you know there were other sculptures around the school? 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Yes No options peopleresponses Series1 What size should the sculpture be? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Large Medium Small options people'sresponses. Series1 What colours should be used? 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Bright Colours Light Colours More Prime Colours Colours w ith sparkles options people'sresponses Series1