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MCS4 User’s Guide to Initial Findings published

16 October 2010

The Millennium Cohort Study, Fourth Survey: A User’s Guide to Initial Findings has now been published (15 October 2010).


Scots children more active than other UK children at age 7, study shows

15 October 2010

Scottish seven-year-olds are the most physically active in the UK, new research suggests.


One in four boys is turned off school by the age of 7

15 October 2010

Almost one in four boys in the UK is already “anti-school” by the age of seven, a major survey has revealed.


MCS4 data now available from UK Data Archive

13 May 2010

Data from the fourth follow-up of the Millennium Cohort Study, which took place in 2008/9 when cohort members were around 7 years old, is now available from the UK Data Archive.


The fourth MCS survey – news from the consultative conference

27 July 2006

A successful consultative conference was held on 24 July 2006 to discuss plans for the MCS4 survey, when the cohort members will be 7 years old.


Have your say about the next round of MCS data collection

18 July 2006

Towards the beginning of 2008, CLS will begin fieldwork on the age 7 survey of members of the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS). We are inviting you join us at a consultative conference in London on Monday 24 July – we want to hear your thoughts on survey content and design!

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