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Nuggets of information supplemented with Internet links

Self-esteem, research and young people - links from SHEU

Measurements of self-esteem are often included in research about young people. 

SHEUs latest list of Internet links (mostly to full articles) that is not definitive - please let us know about other links that you think are helpful (links to pdf/full text if available).

 

2013

Physical activity and academic achievement

SHEU are often asked questions, about Internet links to recent research, that contain a number of these keywords: physical activity, physical education, exercise, fitness, sport, school, attainment, academic, achievement, ability, performance, educational benefits.

The questions are usually straightforward and follow this example, "Is there a link between ..."

Research Fossil 2

Compare Research Fossil 1

I should caution that these data have nothing like the scope of the primary survey, being drawn from a smaller collection of schools over a longer period of time.  But as was said before, the point of the surveys is to prompt local discussion and local action. 

Research Fossil 1

No, not me... I just came across a table in my papers that I have always enjoyed looking at, and thought I'd share it.

A report for pupils

We are very used to producing reports for schools, local authorities, public health departments and the public. 

What is a bit more unusual is to be asked to produce a report for primary pupils.  However, always willing, we've had a go for one school, and having got a model that we (and the pupils) were happy with, we can now offer this as a service to all schools.

The brief was:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

You might have different questions depending on who you are:

Questions Frequently asked by:

Pupils and Students: FAQs

Parents and Carers: FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions - Pupils and Students

What's the point?
We are doing this questionnaire because we want some information that will help our school make sure we give you a programme of health education that is right for you and other people in the school.  The information will also help the NHS in planning health care and health education for young people.
Who is behind it?
The survey is being organised by the local NHS, Children's Services and other organisations concerned with young people.

Secondary school surveys

A longer and more thorough questionnaire can be designed for secondary-age pupils.
You can find the answers to questions like:

Primary school surveys

Hundreds of primary schools carry out surveys with SHEU every year. 

Our questionnaires have versions for KS1 and KS2 primary pupils.

We can help you answer questions like:

  • Do our KS1 pupils feel safe at school?
  • What do our KS2 pupils have for breakfast?
  • Are KS2 pupils aware of illegal drugs?

To see what sort of reports you can receive, see our Reports page.

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