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John Balding 1935-2015

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It is with great sadness we announce that John Balding died Tuesday 13th January.

After a short illness, he passed away in his sleep, at home with his family.


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We have greatly appreciated all the many messages of condolence from across the country and abroad, and the sharing of memories of John.

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John on retiring

" 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

David McGeorge - E&H Editor, Manager of Marketing and Publications

David came to SHEU in 2000 after working and gaining professional and academic qualifications in: health, research, education and marketing.

Angela Balding - Survey Manager

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.

Dr. David Regis - Research Manager

 

David Regis is the Research Manager at SHEU and is your first point of contact for all enquiries about our reports and research services.

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Please email David or contact by telephone on 01392 667272.

SHEU is hiring! Computing Development Officer - CDO2016

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SHEU is now on Facebook

Online seminar

We have always thought that it's important to help teachers think through the process of conducting a survey in their schools, but we recognise that time is ever in shorter supply and that attending a meeting is not always convenient for teachers.

Schools taking part in our surveys are now able to attend a virtual seminar on our website. We can also support a drop-in online question-and-answer session which will be hosted on this page.

Leicester Health and Wellbeing Survey 2015

We are writing to invite your school to participate in an important Health and Wellbeing survey that we are undertaking of children and young people in Leicester. The purpose of the survey is to better understand the experiences and behaviour of children and young people and to help with planning relevant and responsive services for them.

The full letter is linked to this page below:
Leicester 2015 invitation to schools

 

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