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John Balding 1935-2015

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It is with great sadness we announce that John Balding died Tuesday 13th January.

After a short illness, he passed away in his sleep, at home with his family.


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We have greatly appreciated all the many messages of condolence from across the country and abroad, and the sharing of memories of John.

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John on retiring

" Leaving the work and interests of the Unit is far from easy for me, and, inevitably I still 'meddle'.
I have had a good time

David McGeorge - E&H Editor, Manager of Marketing and Publications

David came to SHEU in 2000 after working and gaining professional and academic qualifications in: health, research, education and marketing.

Angela Balding - Survey Manager

Angela Balding is the Survey Manager at SHEU and is your first point of contact for all enquiries about our survey services.

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Dr. David Regis - Research Manager

 

David Regis is the Research Manager at SHEU and is your first point of contact for all enquiries about our reports and research services.

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SHEU Views the News: #ThePubertyIssue

The Sex Education Forum have published today some notes and advice on puberty.
http://www.sexeducationforum.org.uk/policy-campaigns/the-puberty-issue.aspx
http://www.sexeducationforum.org.uk/resources/sex-educational-supplement...
We have looked at young people's engagement with the issue of puberty over the years.

The US School Breakfast Program was established in 1966 ... links to #research about eating #breakfast & educational outcomes

The US School Breakfast Program [SBP] was established in 1966 for the primary purpose of offering a morning meal to low-income children who would otherwise have none. This blog, written in 2015, is not to mark any 'breakfast' occasion or 'week/day of ...' events but to place together a number of links to research that support a range of investigations. Some may be satisfied by simply clicking on a link and reading what appears on screen.

Silly questions

I was reminded of this piece today:

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