We organise a range of events to publicise new findings, to engage with new audiences and to promote and support the use of our data. These include an Annual Conference, policy seminars and Data Workshops. We also provide speakers and exhibition material for other events. If you are running an event, national or local, and would like someone from the GUS team to talk about our findings or to exhibit the latest information available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Birth Cohort 1 S1 Questionnaire Development Workshop
Monday 11 April 2016 (am)
Scottish Government (Victoria Quay, Edinburgh)
ScotCen Social Research have been commissioned to undertake another round of face to face interviews with our ‘Birth Cohort 1’. These interviews will begin in early 2017, when the young people are in their first year of secondary school. To help identify the topics for this S1 ‘sweep’ of data collection, the Scottish Government are hosting a questionnaire development workshop on the morning of Monday 11th April at Victoria Quay in Edinburgh. This will also be an opportunity consider topics for a possible sweep in S3 that would begin in 2019 and to hear about long-term strategic plans for the study. Places at the event will be limited. Our priority is to involve those who would like to make an active contribution to the design of the study. To register your interest in attending please e-mail David Dey at David.Dey@gov.scot under the title ‘GUS questionnaire workshop’. Please include a sentence about how you envisage using GUS data from these future sweeps and which organisation or interest you’ll be representing. The closing date for registering an interest is Friday 26th February. Places will be confirmed by Friday 11th March.
Our most recent event
10th anniversary conference
Tuesday 6 October 2015, John McIntyre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh
Tackling inequalities in the early years – key messages from 10 years of the Growing up in Scotland study Presentation by Paul Bradshaw
Comparing the circumstances and experiences of 3-year-old children in Scotland in 2007/08 and 2013 Presentation by Judith Mabelis
Conference report to follow.