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Children and Young People Research Publications

 

Date Publication Description
   
25/06/2010 Breithneachadh air Foghlam Tràth agus Cùram Cloinne Meadhan Gàidhlig Gaelic translation of Full report Review of the Gaelic Medium Early Education & childcare.
25/06/2010 Education and Lifelong Learning Research Findings No.57/2010: Review of Gaelic Medium Early Education and Childcare Summary of Gaelic medium early education & Child care
25/06/2010 Review of Gaelic Medium Early Education and Childcare Full report on the Review of Gaelic Medium Early Education and Childcare
29/04/2010 Growing Up in Scotland - 2010 - Topic Research Findings: Research Findings No.1/2010: Growing Up in Scotland: The Circumstances of Persistently Poor Children Summary Report This document is one os a series that summarises key findings frm the fourth swep of the survey. It presents key findings from the Growing up in Scotland Study, The circumstances of persistently poor children
29/04/2010 Growing Up in Scotland - 2010 - Topic Research Findings: Research Findings No.2/2010: Growing Up in Scotland: Health inequalities in the early years This document is one of a series that summarises key findings from the fourth sweep of the survey, It presents key findings from the Growing Up in Scotland study, Health inequalities in the early years.
29/04/2010 Growing Up in Scotland - 2010 - Topic Research Findings: Research Findings No.3/2010: Growing Up in Scotland: Maternal mental health and its impact on child behaviour and development This document is one of a series that summaries key findings from the fourth sweep of the survey, It persents key findings from the Growing up in Scotland report, maternal mental health & its impact on child behaviour & development.
29/04/2010 Growing Up in Scotland - 2010 - Topic Research Findings: Research Findings No.4/2010: Growing Up in Scotland: Children's social, emotional and behavioural characteristics at entry to primary school This document is one of a series that summarises key findings from the fourth sweep of the survey, It represents key findings from the Growing up in Scotland study, children's social, emotional & behavioural charactoristics at entry to primary school.
29/04/2010 Growing Up In Scotland: Children's social, emotional and behavioural characteristics at entry to primary school This report investigates the extent and nature of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties among Scottish school children around the age they enter primary one, and shows which children are most likely to have these difficulties. It further examines the extent to which earlier behavioural difficulties are predictive of later difficulties.
29/04/2010 Growing Up In Scotland: Health Inequalities in the Early Years This report investigates health inequalities in the early years in terms of risk factors and outcomes. It also examines which factors correlate with the avoidance of negative early health outcomes among families from disadvantaged backgrounds.
29/04/2010 Growing Up In Scotland: Maternal mental health and its impact on child behaviour and development This document reports how many mothers in Scotland experience poor mental health in the first four years of their child’s life, as well as the characteristics of these women. It further shows the impacts of maternal mental health on child development and behaviour.