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Name

qg_39

Label

39

Question Text

Please enter in the boxes below the approximate numbers of fathers of the children in this class who fall in the three occupational groups. What is required is an estimate only, without putting you to the trouble of enquiring amongst parents or children, which in any case might be difficult. If you feel you cannot answer this question, please enter 99 in the boxes.

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How many
Professional, Managerial, Clerical and Skilled Non-manual, e.g. Doctors, Teachers, Civil Service and Local Government Employees (Administrative, Executive and Clerical Grades), Service Officers, Inspectors and other Senior Police Officers, Draughtsmen, Surveyors, Sales Representatives, Shop Salesmen and Assistants
Skilled and Semi-skilled Manual, e.g. Market Gardeners, Electricians, Fitters, Foremen, Bus Drivers and Conductors, Miners, Police Constables, Packers, Caretakers, Roundsmen, Butchers, Fishmongers, Agricultural Workers, Street Vendors, Hawkers
Unskilled Manual, e.g. Unskilled General Labourers, Stevedores, Porters, Casual Workers, Kitchen Hands, Lorry Drivers' Mates, Window Cleaners
Unknown (Please enter 00 if none)

Usage

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How is this class formed? (Please ring one code only.)

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All the infants are in this one class
2
A deliberate cross-section by age and ability of more than one year group of children-sometimes called "family grouping"
3
By age in year groups (e.g. one class per year, or parallel classes)
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Selected by age within the year group (e.g. children born in the first half of the year in one class, and the remainder in another)
5
An upper ability (or attainment) class within the school
6
A middle ability (or attainment) class within the school (e.g. of 3 classes)
7
A lower ability (or attainment) class within the school
8
Other arrangememt (please specify)
Other
Please enter in the boxes below the approximate numbers of fathers of the children in this class who fall in the three occupational groups. What is required is an estimate only, without putting you to the trouble of enquiring amongst parents or children, which in any case might be difficult. If you feel you cannot answer this question, please enter 99 in the boxes.
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How many
Professional, Managerial, Clerical and Skilled Non-manual, e.g. Doctors, Teachers, Civil Service and Local Government Employees (Administrative, Executive and Clerical Grades), Service Officers, Inspectors and other Senior Police Officers, Draughtsmen, Surveyors, Sales Representatives, Shop Salesmen and Assistants
Skilled and Semi-skilled Manual, e.g. Market Gardeners, Electricians, Fitters, Foremen, Bus Drivers and Conductors, Miners, Police Constables, Packers, Caretakers, Roundsmen, Butchers, Fishmongers, Agricultural Workers, Street Vendors, Hawkers
Unskilled Manual, e.g. Unskilled General Labourers, Stevedores, Porters, Casual Workers, Kitchen Hands, Lorry Drivers' Mates, Window Cleaners
Unknown (Please enter 00 if none)

How many children are there in your class whose parents have seen you (or the Headteacher) to discuss their child, since September, 1964?

How many
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Dimensions

Code Dimension

Display Code
False
Display Label
True

Code Dimension

Type
Code List
Selection Style
SelectOne
Codes
  • 1 -
Display Code
False
Display Label
False

Response Options

Type
Numeric
Type
Integer
Minimum
0
Variable is a Weight
False