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  • Istock 534576115 January 2023 SW!TCH Lives Feasibility Study

    Developed by LifeLine, the SW!TCH Lives programme is a secondary school intervention for pupils aged between 11 and 14 who are at risk of being drawn into crime and violence.

  • Girl Working From Laptop December 2022 Content and activity that is harmful to children within scope of the Online Safety Bill

    The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and City, University of London were commissioned by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to carry out a rapid evidence assessment (REA) to provide a synthesis of evidence on content and activity that is harmful to children on services within scope of the Online Safety Bill.

  • Woman With Young Child December 2022 Voices from the childminding profession: Perceptions on challenges and opportunities

    The Department for Education (DFE) commissioned us to explore perceptions and experiences of active and former childminders in England about their profession.

  • Primary School Children November 2022 Series Mental Health of Children and Young People Survey, 2022

    The Mental Health of Children and Young People (MHCYP) survey series provides England’s Official Statistics on trends in child mental health.

  • UK School Children 9 11 September 2022 The Confident Resilient Children (CRC) Project Feasibility study

    The Confident Resilient Children (CRC) Project aims to support Year 5-6 (age 9-11) children to build resilience and confidence and keep them safe from exploitation and criminality. Delivered by the Titan Partnership, together with Lime and Emerge Leadership, the programme combines universal and targeted elements.

  • Young girl painted hands September 2022 SEED

    SEED (Study of Early Education & Development) is a major longitudinal study into the impact of childcare on children throughout their childhood.

  • remote learning June 2022 Evaluation of Third Space Learning’s Affordable Maths Tuition

    Affordable Maths Tuition (AMT) by Third Space Learning (TSL) is an online tutoring programme that aims to reduce the maths attainment gap by recruiting and training maths tutors in India and Sri Lanka to make online one-to-one tuition more affordable to children in English schools.

  • Mother and child March 2022 Placing an advisory teacher in children’s social care

    We were commissioned by What Works for Children’s Social Care (WWCSC) to evaluate the pilot programme ‘Placing an advisory teacher in children’s social care’ during the academic year 2020/21.

  • ordering food March 2022 Qualitative scoping work to inform the development of the third wave of the Youth Obesity Policy Survey

    This study is the third in a series of repeat qualitative studies with 11-19-year olds across the UK conducted by ScotCen, previously conducted in 2016 and 2019, to inform the development of the Youth Obesity Policy Survey (YOPS).

  • Boy learning to read March 2022 Let’s Read Fluently!

    ‘Let’s Read Fluently!’ (LRF) is an intervention in Jordan that aims to support pupils in grades 1-3 to become more fluent and confident readers.

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