The survey prompts students to think about a wide range of possible learning experiences in science. They might be asked to say how interested they are in a particular context or experience, and to say whether they have had opportunities to do this sort of thing at school. The survey for younger children includes images to give them a clear idea of the sorts of experiences being described. Teachers can read the words if necessary, so that literacy is not a barrier to participation.
Results for a class are collated as students respond. Teachers do not see individual responses but they do get a whole class report.