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David Regis 2011. The end of self-esteem?. Education and Health 29(4),83-84. PDF

Wayne Usher 2011. Social Media and Early 21st Century School Health Education In Australia. Education and Health 29(4),79-82. PDF

Daniel Wight 2011. The effectiveness of school-based sex education: What do rigorous evaluations in Britain tell us?. Education and Health 29(4),72-78. PDF

Daria J. Kuss and Mark D. Griffiths 2011. Excessive online social networking: Can adolescents become addicted to Facebook?. Education and Health 29(4),68-71. PDF

Katharine Bruce 2011. Every Child Matters - Health Related Behaviour survey in North Yorkshire: a case study. Education and Health 29(4),63-67. PDF

SHEU 2011. Young People and their Health-Related Behaviour. Education and Health 29(3),58-60. PDF

Sarah Kendal 2011. Guided self-help: a feasible and acceptable way for schools to promote emotional wellbeing in students. Education and Health 29(3),53-57. PDF

Ian Wellard 2011. Girls and Physical Activities: an update. Education and Health 29(3),51-52. PDF

Stewart Attridge 2011. The Sexual Health Educator and the provision of Sex Education in Wales. Education and Health 29(3),46-50. PDF

Neil Armstrong 2011. Children are still fit, but not active!. Education and Health 29(3),43-45. PDF

Tracy Kirk 2011. Teenage Pregnancy Services: The 'Stoke Model' of early identification and intervention. Education and Health 29(2),38-40. PDF

Richard Larouche 2011. Are today's children fit and active?. Education and Health 29(2),32-35. PDF

Triece Turnbull 2011. Sex and Relationship Education in British families: How do we move forward?. Education and Health 29(2),35-37. PDF

Neil Morris and Niall D. Galbraith 2011. Mild hypoglycaemia and educational performance. Education and Health 29(2),28-31. PDF

Colette Hallas 2011. Developing Student Health and Wellbeing Services in Secondary Schools. Education and Health 29(2),26-27. PDF

Mark D. Griffiths and Daria J. Kuss 2011. Adolescent social networking: Should parents and teachers be worried?. Education and Health 29(2),23-25. PDF

Larouche, R (2011). Are today's children fit and active? Education and Health 29(2),32-35. PDF

Bird,S 2011. Skin cancer prevention and teenagers: the role of schools. Education and Health 29(1),8-10. PDF

Nyman,KR et al. 2011. Drawings of self and best friend by children undergoing dialysis. Education and Health 29(1),16-18. PDF

Warin,J 2011. Stories of Self: tracking children's identity and wellbeing through the school years. Education and Health 29(1),19-20. PDF

Pratt,J 2011. Cambridgeshire schools are looking to the future. Education and Health 29(1),3-5. PDF

Hamon,J 2011. Healthy Schools Plus - 'Food Factor'. Education and Health 29(1),11-15. PDF

Balding,A 2011. 'Fit to Succeed' and academic achievement. Education and Health 29(1),6-7. PDF

Comments about SHEU

"We use the data to inform whole school practice: Pastoral programmes for target groups of pupils; Items for discussion with School Council; Information to help us achieve the Healthy School gold standard; To develop and dicuss with pupils our Anti-Bullying Policy; Targeted whole class sessions with the Police Community Support Officers; To share pupil perceptions of all aspects of their school life with parents, staff and governers." 

Learning Mentor

"Over the last twenty years you have achieved much. The surveys and subsequent reports have painted the clearest picture we have of what young people are doing and what they think." OFSTED 1998

OFSTED

"This week I have been working on a major strategy for service design -- it is easy to get solely focussed on hospitals, performance targets, and work force planning -- all very important; but at the same the needs of young people and how we need to work across agencies to address the health needs of today and tomorrow must be recognised. SHEU is founded to do just this."

PCT Performance Manager

"It's good to talk with you again - we used so much of those data and did so much with it in schools - we really got the place buzzing!"

Consultant in Public Health

"The (named) Children and Young People's Partnership has benefitted from the results of the SHEU survey locally for many years now, and we should like to continue to do so in future."

Consultant in Public Health Medicine

Any comments on specific survey questions that may have caused difficulty?
Pupils at our primary school found the questionnaire very easy to understand and most of them completed the questions in less than 45min.

Teacher

"Please send an additional copy of our report - it is the most requested and borrowed item in the whole library." Health Promotion Unit

Health Promotion Unit

Many thanks to you and your team for turning this around so quickly.
We really appreciate it, and also your extra support with the administration this time.

PSHE Lead Advisor

"Just to say a huge thank you for all your efforts in helping us with the Health survey amongst pupils. It has provided us with significant data which will be used across the school to help us improve. It helped us to obtain a healthy schools standard as well. I hope we can make this an annual feature as we can track the changing health of our pupils." Headteacher

Headteacher

"Thank you from my staff to you and all your staff. The speed of 'turn-around' of the questionnaires is outstanding in anyone's terms." Headteacher

Headteacher