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We are carrying out an evaluation of the Manor Park Talks Pilot, a professional development programme to help early years settings support children’s language development.
Exploring how patterns of parental time use have changed in the UK over the past 20 years.
This qualitative process evaluation looked at a pilot of the Global Positioning System (GPS) location monitoring conducted across eight police force areas in England. The pilot involved satellite tracking tags being used to remotely monitor and record information on an offender’s or defendant’s whereabouts or behaviour.
This study informs self-harm and suicide prevention work through survey analysis and consultation with people with lived experience.
This project investigates the relationship between income and housing at the local level, using estimates of small area income produced from consumer data . This exploratory analysis looks at the potential for further research into house prices in small geographical areas.
This project assesses existing estimates of income in England using new small area income estimates produced using consumer data. The Acxiom income estimates and CAMEO Postcode Classifications are compared with existing income estimates, produced by the Family Resources Survey and the Office for National Statistics. The aim of the project is to assess the reliability of estimates based on consumer data for analysis by social scientists.
This report compares attitudes towards immigration in Scotland with those in England & Wales.
This report, produced in collaboration with Professor Angela Hassiotis and others, sets out the extent to which people with borderline intellectual impairment face inequalities in health and use of services compared with the rest of the population, and seeks to improve awareness of these inequalities.
This survey is part of a series which provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health. It was commissioned by NHS Digital, with funding from the Department of Health and Social Care. We collaborated with Office for National Statistics (ONS) and youthinmind.
This research looks into how low and middle income parents access childcare options and the system of entitlements available to them.