Young People into...

SHEU : nationally-recognised, since 1977,
as the specialist provider of reliable local survey data about young people's health and wellbeing
'YOUNG PEOPLE into ...' series : An annual compilation of results from our databanks

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YP into 2015
Young People into 2015
150pp
Wire bound edition £25 (incl.p&p)
YP into 2014
Young People into 2014
148pp
Wire bound edition £20 (incl.p&p)

 
 

YP into '12
Young People into 2013
145pp
Electronic edition £15

 

YP into '12
Young People into 2012
148pp
Wire bound edition £10 (incl.p&p)
YP into '11
Young People into 2011
152pp
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YP into '09
Young People into 2009

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YP into '08
Young People into 2008

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YP into '07
Young People into 2007

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YP into '06
Young People into 2006

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Young People in 2004

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Young People in 2003

Young People in 2002

Young People in 2001
     
     

Young People in 2000
 
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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  1. SHEU is an independent research, survey and publishing company and the 'Young People into ...' series of reports are based on the work of one of its divisions - The Schools Health Education Unit. The Unit provides reliable baseline data for local needs assessment to inform plans in health, education and care.
  2. The accumulated databank from the hundreds of school surveys we support each year, involving tens of thousands of young people, is a valuable resource of information and provides many opportunities for research. But we caution against simple reporting and interpretation of our figures as being from 'a national survey'.
  3. In 2014 we compared the profile of the schools in our data sets with what we can see in the country as a whole (see link), and we were pleasantly surprised by the similarity.  This confirms what we concluded in 2004 through a similar study: that the SHEU data sets are reasonably well-matched to the national population of schools.