Our surveys, which are used nationwide (and beyond), show quite a range of levels of behaviour from community to community and from school to school. Included in the data collected are levels of fear of being bullied at school, and hence fear of going to school.
Ted Wragg (1938 - 2005)
who died, Thursday November 10th 2005.
" 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
A lunch was held at St.Lukes College to mark the lifetime's achievement and retirement of the founder of SHEU, John Balding.
Angela Balding is the Survey Manager at SHEU and is your first point of contact for all enquiries about our survey services.
Please email Angela or contact by telephone on 01392 667272.
David Regis is the Research Manager at SHEU and is your first point of contact for all enquiries about our reports and research services.
Please email David or contact by telephone on 01392 667272.
David first came to SHEU in 1986, after spending some years teaching biology, to study for a research degree - 'Self-concept and conformity in theories of health education', 1990, University of Exeter. (Ph.D).
James Muirden started the 'Education and Health' journal in 1983 and it was well established when the editor's pen was handed over 17 years later to David McGeorge. He continued the tradition of publishing articles relevant to those concerned with the healthy development of young people and, after 16 years in June 2016, the editor's pen was handed to Dr David Regis.
We are always seeking new contributors to ensure that each issue produces an eclectic mixture of articles.