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Missing PDFs

We have noticed that some pdf files from the old website do not automatically link to files on the new website.

Please click on the links below:-

Tellus5 - What next?

Tellus5 - What next?

The Government has decided to stop the delivery of the Tellus5 survey.
SHEU provide authorities with unique data about their school pupils.

Please click on the image below to view the pdf

Fit to Succeed

The Fit to Succeed programme involves much more than just the online survey but if you would like to try it out do get in touch.

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Evaluation and Monitoring - Example

The Evaluation & Monitoring Service

The Evaluation & Monitoring (E&M) Service will be developed in consultation with your CFP and administered by our staff or appropriate workers locally. It is our aim to involve representatives of all those groups with a stake in service delivery at all stages, including children and young people.

Purpose
The purpose of the service would be to enable your CFP to:

Research News about Education - Archive

Research News about Education - Archive

Cannabis re-classification

The curious incident of young people's reaction to the re-classification of cannabis - "Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?" "To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time." "The dog did nothing in the night-time." "That was the curious incident," remarked Sherlock Holmes. From the story ‘Silver Blaze’, in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Evaluation and Monitoring

SHEU is able to provide Evaluation & Monitoring (E&M) Services in a range of settings for clients who are involved with the Health and Education sectors. To date we have worked with a number of professional groups working for: the Police, Local Education Authorities, Primary Care Trusts, Local Councils, and Children's Fund Partnerships.

Young People into 2008

Twenty two years of Young People reports

A unique contemporary archive of young people, Young People into 2008 : web edition provides the answers to over 100 health-related behaviour questions. It is the 22nd in our annual series of publications based from the aggregated results of our survey work. 32,162 young people, between the ages of 10 and 15, tell us about what they do at home, at school, and with their friends. These data have been collected in 2007 from surveys in 361 primary and secondary schools across the United Kingdom.

There are nine chapters:-

Young People into 2009

Twenty three years of Young People reports

YP into '09

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