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YOUR SON AT 9
All answers are confidential
This questionnaire is to be answered by the child's main carer.
To answer simply tick the box which is most accurate in your opinion.
Some questions are the same as those you have answered before. This is so that we can tell what changes have happened to you.
Please answer all questions if you can, even if they are similar.
If you do not want to answer a question or if it does not apply to you, put a line through it.
There are no good or bad answers. Just tell us what is true of your child as far as you know.
All answers are confidential
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP
SECTION A: SCHOOL

Does he go to school?

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Yes
2
No
If no, go to A17a on page 11
qc_A1_a == 2
Else

How many different schools has he gone to? ... different schools

How many
What types of school has he gone to?
infant school primary school private (fee paying ) boarding school studies at home special school* not able to be taught

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1st school
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*If special school
qc_A1_c$6;* == 1

please describe type

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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): It was the only available choice

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Yes

Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): It was the best available

1
Yes

Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): There were medical reasons

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Yes
If Yes to question A1kiii
qc_A1_k_iii == 1

please describe

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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): There were psychological reasons

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Yes
If Yes to question A1kiv
qc_A1_k_iv == 1

please describe

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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): Other (please tick and describe )

1
Yes
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What time does school start ? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes

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What time does school end ? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes

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What time does the child leave school to go home? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes

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Who takes him to and from school nowadays? (Tick all that apply)
Going Coming back

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I take him
My partner takes him
A grandparent or adult relative
An older child
Childminder
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Goes on his own
How does he get to school?
Going Coming back

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2 - some days

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2 - some days

He walks
He goes in a wheelchair
By public transport
School bus/coach
By car
Rides bicycle
Other (please tick & describe)

How does he get to school? Other (please tick & describe)

Other

How far away is the school?

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less than 1/2 mile (1 km) away
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1/2 - 1 mile (1-2 km) away
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1 - 5 miles (2-8 km) away
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more than 5 miles (8 km) away

How long does it take to get there in the morning? ... minutes

How many
We would like to know what happens after school.

Does he usually go straight home?

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No
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Yes
If yes, go to A6c on page 6
If no,
qc_A6_a == 1

where does he go? to a relative's home

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Every day
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Some days
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Never

where does he go? to a friend's home

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Every day
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Some days
3
Never

where does he go? to a childminder

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Every day
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Some days
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Never

where does he go? school club

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Every day
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Some days
3
Never

where does he go? plays outside

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Every day
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Some days
3
Never

where does he go? other (please tick and describe)

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Every day
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Some days
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Never
Other

If he goes straight home is an adult always there?

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yes, always
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yes, usually
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yes, sometimes
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no, hardly ever
Some of these questions may seem familiar. We have asked similar ones before, but don't forget circumstances change for a lot of us over a period of time and your answers today may be different from last time!

How does he feel about school? He looks forward to seeing his teachers

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He enjoys school

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He is stimulated by it

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How does he feel about school? He is frightened by the teachers

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He is frightened by his school mates

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He is afraid of failure

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He seems bored by school

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Not at all

How does he feel about school? He likes his school mates

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How does he feel about school? He looks forward to lessons

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Not at all

At school how much do you think he likes: Science, natural history

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He likes it a lot
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Maths

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: English

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Games/PE

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Foreign language

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Art/painting

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Music

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Geography

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: History

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
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Does not do this

At school how much do you think he likes: Other topic (please tick & describe)

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He likes it a lot
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He quite likes it
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He does not like it
Other
When he finishes school and returns home:
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4 - Never

Read, draw or play quietly by himself
Watch TV or video
Play with other children
Use a computer
Do schoolwork
Listen to music

When he finishes school and returns home: Does he: Something else (please tick and describe)

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Sometimes
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Other

When you meet at home after school: Does he: Talk about the events of the day

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When you meet at home after school: Does he: Ask about what has happened in your day

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Does he bring home things that he has done at school (e.g. painting)?

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Yes
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No
If no, go to A12 below
If yes,
qc_A11_a == 1

how often are they put so that everyone can see them?

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always
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usually
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sometimes
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never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? excited

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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? talkative

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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? withdrawn

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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? calm

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When he gets home from school how does he behave? very active

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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? sleepy

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? angry

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? hungry

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? tearful

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? anxious

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Always
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? affectionate

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? tired

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? in need of your support

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? he avoids talking about school

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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never

When he gets home from school how does he behave? other (please tick and describe)

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Always
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Usually
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Sometimes
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Never
Other

Are you interested in what your child does at school?

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Yes very
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Yes mostly
3
No, not really

Are you happy with the teaching your son is getting at school?

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Yes very
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Yes mostly
3
No, not really

Are you happy with the progress your son is making at school?

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Yes very
2
Yes mostly
3
No, not really

Are you happy with his behaviour at school?

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Yes very
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Yes mostly
3
No, not really

Has he been identified as having any particular problems at school?

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Yes
2
No
If no, go to A17 on page 11
If yes,
qc_A14 == 1

which problems? (tick all that apply) disciplinary

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Yes

which problems? (tick all that apply) learning

1
Yes

which problems? (tick all that apply) in relationships

1
Yes

which problems? (tick all that apply) emotional

1
Yes

which problems? (tick all that apply) other

1
Yes

Please describe each type of school problem:

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Have you been invited to the school to talk about any of these problems?

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Yes
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No

Was the child investigated by a specialist for any of these problems?

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Yes
2
No
If no, go to A17 below
If yes,
qc_A16_a == 1

what was the result?

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Did this investigation result in extra help for the child?

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Yes
2
No
If no, go to A17 below
If yes,
qc_A16_b == 1

describe what:

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Do you think that your study child has any particular talents?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to A18 below
If yes,
qc_A17_a == 1

please describe

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Does your child show any interest in taking up any particular occupation when he is an adult?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to A19 below
If yes,
qc_A18 == 1

please describe

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Is there an occupation you really hope your child will choose?

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Yes
2
No
If no, go to A20 on page 12
If yes,
qc_A19 == 1

please describe

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What sort of education do you hope your child will have? (tick just one)

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the minimum - and leave school as soon as possible
2
to get some good GCSE's and then leave
3
to take at least one A level
4
to go to University
5
other (please tick and describe)
6
don't really care
Other
We try to use as many photographs as we can in your questionnaires, but everything you send us is used somewhere: in publicity material, in newsletters or to decorate our Focus clinics.
We love to receive pictures so please keep on sending them
SECTION B: DISCIPLINE & LIFESTYLE

Are there rules in your home about what your study child can and cannot do?

1
No, not at all
2
Yes for some things
3
Yes, for many things

Does he refuse to do what he does not want to do?

1
Yes usually
2
Yes sometimes
3
No, not at all

Who has most control over your study child? I do

1
Yes

Who has most control over your study child? My husband/partner does

1
Yes

Who has most control over your study child? His teacher does

1
Yes

Who has most control over your study child? Someone else please describe

1
Yes
Other

Who usually tells him off? I do

1
Yes

Who usually tells him off? My husband/partner does

1
Yes

Who usually tells him off? His teacher does

1
Yes

Who usually tells him off? Someone else please describe

1
Yes
Other

Who usually punishes him? I do

1
Yes

Who usually punishes him? My husband/partner does

1
Yes

Who usually punishes him? His teacher does

1
Yes

Who usually punishes him? Someone else please describe

1
Yes

How often is he punished?

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every day
2
several times a week
3
once or twice a week
4
once or twice a month
5
rarely
6
never

How often do you slap or hit him?

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every day
2
several times a week
3
once or twice a week
4
once or twice a month
5
rarely
6
never

Has he ever run away from home?

1
Yes
2
No, but has tried to
3
No, but has thought of doing so
4
No, never
9
Don't know

Is there anyone that he is afraid of?

1
Yes
2
No
9
Don't know
If no or don't know go to B4 below
If yes,
qc_B3 == 1

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: his father/step-father

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: his mother/step-mother

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: brother

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: sister

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: other relative

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: neighbour

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: teacher

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: other children

1
Yes

(please tick all that apply) He is afraid of: other, please describe

1
Yes
Other

Is there anyone who particularly stands up for him?

1
Yes
2
No
9
Don't know
If no or don't know go to B5a on page 15
If yes,
qc_B4 == 1
who is this? (please tick all that apply)
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1 - Yes

his father/step-father
his mother/step-mother
brother
sister
other relative
neighbour
teacher
other children

who is this? (please tick all that apply) Stands up for him: other, please tick & describe

1
Yes
Other

On normal school days what time in the morning does your child usually wake up? a.m. ... hours ... minutes

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On normal school days what time in the evening does your child usually go to sleep? p.m. ... hours ... minutes

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On weekends what time in the morning does your child usually wake up? a.m. ... hours ... minutes

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On weekends what time in the evening does your child usually go to sleep? p.m. ... hours ... minutes

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Have you ever been told that your child has:
- age at diagnosis ... years

1 - No

2 - Yes

Age in years

1 - No

2 - Yes

Age in years

1 - No

2 - Yes

Age in years

1 - No

2 - Yes

Age in years
dyslexia
dyspraxia
dysgrafia
dysortografia
dyscalculia
autism, Asperger's syndrome or autistic spectrum disorder
other (please tick & describe)

Have you ever been told that your child has: other (please tick & describe)

Other

Does he understand the concept of right and wrong?

1
Yes
2
No

Can he determine himself what is proper behaviour?

1
Yes usually
2
Yes sometimes
3
No
9
Don't know
What does he consider important in his life? (tick all that apply)
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1 - Yes

school results
relationship between himself and his teacher
relationship between himself and his friends
family relationships
hobbies, interests
friends
clothes
money
material possessions
holidays, trips
What does he really like to do best? (tick all that apply)
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1 - Yes

sports
playing a musical instrument
singing
dancing
reading
drawing
making things

What does he really like to do best? (tick all that apply) other (please tick and describe)

1
Yes
Other

Does he understand the following abstract terms? later

1
Yes
2
No

Does he understand the following abstract terms? not at all

1
Yes
2
No

Does he understand the following abstract terms? far away

1
Yes
2
No

Does he understand the following abstract terms? infinite

1
Yes
2
No

Does he understand the concept of death as an irreversible event with all its emotional consequences?

1
Yes, understands
2
Yes, more or less understands
3
Not really
4
Not at all

Does he take an interest? in nationalism

1
Yes, very interested
2
Yes, somewhat interested
3
No, not interested
4
Not sure

Does he take an interest? in politics

1
Yes, very interested
2
Yes, somewhat interested
3
No, not interested
4
Not sure

Does he take an interest? in the meaning of life

1
Yes, very interested
2
Yes, somewhat interested
3
No, not interested
4
Not sure

Does he take an interest? in law and order

1
Yes, very interested
2
Yes, somewhat interested
3
No, not interested
4
Not sure

Does he take an interest? in religion

1
Yes, very interested
2
Yes, somewhat interested
3
No, not interested
4
Not sure

Does he attend a place of worship (church, mosque, etc)?

1
Yes often
2
Yes sometimes
3
No, not at all

Does he pray?

1
Yes often
2
Yes sometimes
3
No, not at all
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Don't know

What friends does he prefer?

1
boys
2
girls
3
he doesn't mind
4
he doesn't have friends

Does he have a favourite friend of the other sex?

1
Yes
2
No

Is he at ease with children of his own age?

1
yes, fully
2
prefers younger children
3
prefers older children

How much is he influenced by his friends/mates?

1
very strongly
2
fairly strongly
3
sometimes
4
rarely
5
never

Has he ever been offered: alcohol

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so

Has he ever been offered: cigarettes

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so

Has he ever been offered: drugs

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so

Has he ever tried: alcohol

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so

Has he every tried: cigarettes

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so

Has he ever tried: drugs

1
Yes and I know about it
2
Probably
3
Possibly
4
I do not think so
If yes to any of the above,
qc_B17_i_a == 1 || qc_B17_i_b == 1 || qc_B17_i_c == 1

At what age was he when he tried them? alcohol ... years

Age in years

At what age was he when he tried them? cigarettes ... years

Age in years

At what age was he when he tried them? drugs ... years

Age in years
The Children of the 90s study is in the forefront of new knowledge about children's health!
Over 100 scientific papers have been published or are in press in medical journals.
None of this would have been possible without your valuable help.
SECTION C: TALKING
Below are a number of statements about speech. Please indicate which are true for your study child.

People can understand almost everything he says

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

People have trouble in understanding much of what he says

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He seldom makes any errors in producing speech sounds

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He mispronounces one or two speech sounds but is not difficult to understand; e.g. may say "th" for "s" or "w" for "r"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

His production of speech sounds seems immature, like that of a younger child, e.g. he says "tat" for "cat", or "chimbley" for "chimney", or "bokkle" for "bottle"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He seems unable to produce several sounds; e.g. "k" or "s", so that "cat" and "sat" are both pronounced as "tat"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He leaves off beginnings or ends of words, or omits entire syllables e.g. "bella" for "umbrella"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

It is much harder to understand him when he is talking in sentences, rather than just producing single words

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

His speech is extremely rapid

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He seems to have difficulty in constructing the whole of what he wants to say: makes false starts, and repeats whole words and phrases; e.g. might say "can I can-I-can-can I have an-have an ice cream"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

His words are clearly spoken and they flow one from another

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

Speech is mostly just 2 or 3 word phrases such as "me got ball" or "give dolly"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He can produce long and complicated sentences such as: "When we went to the park I had a go on the swings"; "I saw this man standing on the corner"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He tends to leave out words and grammatical endings, such as: "I find two dog", "John go there yesterday"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

Sometimes he makes mistakes with pronouns, e.g. saying "she" rather than "he" or vice versa

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He talks to anyone and everyone

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He talks too much

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He keeps telling people things that they know already

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He talks to himself

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He talks repetitively about things that no-one is interested in

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He asks questions although he knows the answers

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

It is sometimes hard to make sense of what he is saying because it seems illogical or disconnected

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

Conversation with him can be enjoyable and interesting

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He can give an easy-to-follow account of a past event such as a birthday party or holiday

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He can talk clearly about what he plans to do in the future e.g. tomorrow or next week

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He would have difficulty in explaining to a younger child how to play a simple game such as "snap"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He has difficulty in telling a story, or describing what he has done in a sequence of events

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He uses terms like "he" or "it" without making it clear what he is talking about

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He doesn't seem to realise the need to explain what he is talking about to someone who doesn't share his experiences; e.g. might talk about "Johnny" without explaining who he is

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He pronounces words in an over-precise manner: accent may sound rather affected or "put-on", as if child is mimicking a TV personality rather than talking like those around him

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He makes frequent use of expressions such as "by the way", "actually", "you know what?", "as a matter of fact", "well you know" or "of course"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He will suddenly change the topic of conversation

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He often turns the conversation to a favourite theme, rather than following what the other person wants to talk about

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

Conversation with him tends to go off in unexpected directions

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He includes over-precise information in his talk, e.g. will give the exact time or date of an event. e.g. when asked "when did you go on holiday?" may say "13th July 1995" rather than "in the summer"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He has favourite phrases, sentences or longer sequences which he will use a great deal, sometimes in inappropriate situations

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He sometimes seems to say things that he does not fully understand

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He tends to repeat back what others have just said

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

His ability to communicate clearly seems to vary a great deal from one situation to another

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He takes in just one or two words in a sentence, and so often misinterprets what has been said

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He can understand sarcasm e.g. will be amused rather than confused when someone says "isn't it a lovely day!" when it is pouring with rain

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He tends to be over-literal, sometimes with (unintentionally) funny results. e.g. a child who was asked "Do you find it hard to get up in the morning" replied "No, you just put one leg out of the bed and then the other and stand up"

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He gets into trouble, because he doesn't always understand the rules for polite behaviour, and is regarded by others as rude or strange

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He may say things which are tactless or socially inappropriate

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He treats everyone the same way, regardless of social status: e.g. he might talk to the head teacher the same way as to another child

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He ignores conversational overtures from others e.g. if asked "what are you making?" the child just continues working as if nothing had happened

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He hardly ever starts up a conversation; does not volunteer information about what has happened

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He doesn't seem to read facial expressions or tone of voice and may not realise when other people are upset or angry

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He is poor at using facial expressions or gestures to convey his feelings; he may look blank when angry, or smile when anxious

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He makes good use of gestures to get his meaning across

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He seldom or never looks at the person he is talking to: seems to actively avoid eye contact

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He tends to look away from the person he is talking to: seems inattentive or preoccupied

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true

He smiles appropriately when talking to people

1
Certainly true
2
Somewhat true
3
Not true
SECTION D: THE CHILD'S ACTIVITIES

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Go swimming

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Play a musical instrument (e.g. piano, recorder)

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Go to special groups (such as Scouts) Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Generic text

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Go to Sunday School

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Go to special classes or clubs for some activity (e.g. dancing, judo, sports) Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Generic text

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Go to special classes because of learning difficulty Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Generic text

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Classes for foreign languages Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Generic text

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Singing group Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Generic text

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Other type of classes or group Please tick and describe

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
Other

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: See his grandparents

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Play computer games

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all

About how often does your child do the following: How often does he: Help in the house

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
1-3 times a month
5
Less than once per month
6
Not at all
How often does his mother or other adult female do these activities with him?
-

1 - Nearly every day

2 - 2-5 times a week

3 - Once a week

4 - Less than once a week

5 - Never

bath (or showers) him
makes things with him
sings with him
reads to/with him
plays with toys
cuddles him
active play (e.g. ball games, wrestling, hide and seek)
takes him to the park or playground
puts him to bed
takes him swimming, fishing or other activity
draws or paints with him
prepares food with him
takes him to classes
takes him shopping
takes him to watch sports/football
does homework with him
has conversations with him
helps him prepare things for school

How often does his mother or other adult female do these activities with him? Adult female: other (please tick & describe)

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
Less than once a week
5
Never
Other
Who are the women involved in any of these activities with the study child? (tick all that apply)
-

1 - Yes

His mother
His stepmother/father's partner
His grandmother
His grown-up sister
Another relative
A family friend
A lodger
A baby sitter/nanny

Who are the women involved in any of these activities with the study child? (tick all that apply) Other (please tick and describe)

1
Yes
Other
How often does a male adult (e.g. his father/mother's husband or partner) do these activities with your child?
-

1 - Nearly every day

2 - 2-5 times a week

3 - Once a week

4 - Less than once a week

5 - Never

bath (or showers) him
makes things with him
sings with him
reads to/with him
plays with toys
cuddles him
active play (e.g. ball games, wrestling, hide and seek)
takes him to the park or playground
puts him to bed
takes him swimming, fishing or similar activity
draws or paints with him
prepares food with him
takes him to classes
takes him shopping
take him to watch sports/football
does homework with him
has conversations with him
helps him prepare things for school

How often does a male adult (e.g. his father/mother's husband or partner) do these activities with your child? Adult male: other (please tick and describe)

1
Nearly every day
2
2-5 times a week
3
Once a week
4
Less than once a week
5
Never
Other
Who are the men involved in any of these activities with the study child? (tick all that apply)
-

1 - Yes

His father
His stepfather/mother's partner
His grandfather
His grown-up brother
Another relative
A family friend
A lodger
A baby sitter/nanny

Who are the men involved in any of these activities with the study child? (tick all that apply) Other (please tick and describe)

1
Yes
Other

Help in the house: Does your son help in the home (cleaning, washing dishes etc.)?

1
Yes, but only if made to
2
Yes, sometimes offers to and sometimes is made to
3
Yes, always offers to
4
No, refuses to help
5
No, is not allowed to help
If not allowed,
qc_D4_a == 5

why is this?

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Does he have a space in which he can do things on his own?

1
Yes, his own bedroom
2
A corner of a room
3
His own table
4
No, there is no room for this
5
Something else (please tick and describe)
Other

Does he have brothers and/or sisters living at home (include step and half-brothers and sisters)?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to D7 on page 33
If yes,
qc_D6_a == 1

How many? older brothers

How many

How many? older sisters

How many

How many? younger brothers

How many

How many? younger sisters

How many

How many? twin brother

How many

How many? twin sister

How many

Please give the age of: oldest brother ... years old

Age in years

Please give the age of: oldest sister ... years old

Age in years

Please give the age of: youngest brother ... years old

Age in years

Please give the age of: youngest sister ... years old

Age in years
How often does he do the following with them?
-

1 - Nearly every day

2 - 2-5 times a week

3 - Once a week

4 - Less than once a week

5 - Never

Play with toys
Read together
Sing together
Make things, draw or paint
Go out together
Talk together
Eat together
Argue with one another
Do sports together
Does he wear clothes that have been handed down free from others? (tick all that apply)
-

1 - Yes

yes, from older brothers & sisters
yes, from other relatives
yes, from friends

Does he ever have clothes bought second hand for him?

1
Yes
2
No
SECTION E: MOODS AND FEELINGS
These questions are about how your child may have been feeling or acting recently. For each question, please say how much he has felt or acted this way in the past two weeks.
-

1 - True

2 - Sometimes true

3 - Not true

He felt miserable or unhappy
He didn't enjoy anything at all
He felt so tired that he just sat around and did nothing
He was very restless
He felt he was no good any more
He cried a lot
He found it hard to think properly or concentrate
He hated himself
He felt he was a bad person
He felt lonely
He thought nobody really loved him
He thought he could never be as good as other kids
He felt he did everything wrong
DID YOU KNOW? ...... There are Children of the 90s families in 40 different countries!
SECTION F: STRENGTHS AND DIFFICULTIES
Please think how your child has been in the past 6 months
-

1 - Not true

2 - Somewhat true

3 - Certainly true

4 - Don't know

He has been considerate of other people's feelings
He has been restless, overactive, cannot stay still for long
He has often complained of headaches, stomach aches or sickness
He has shared readily with other children (treats, toys, pencils etc.)
He has often had temper trantrums or hot tempers
He is rather solitary, tends to play alone
He is generally obedient, usually does what adults request
He has many worries, often seems worried
He is helpful if someone is hurt, upset or feeling ill
He is constantly fidgeting or squirming
He has at least one good friend
He often fights with other children or bullies them
He is often unhappy, down-hearted or tearful
He is generally liked by other children
He is easily distracted, his concentration wanders
He is nervous or clingy in new situations, easily loses confidence
He is kind to younger children
He often lies or cheats
He is picked on or bullied by other children
He often volunteers to help others (parents, teachers, other children)
He thinks things out before acting
He steals from home, school or elsewhere
He gets on better with adults than with other children
He has many fears, is easily scared
He sees tasks through to the end, has good attention span
SECTION G : SLEEPING

Does your child have a regular sleeping routine?

1
Yes
2
No

How often during the night does he usually wake? ... times

How many

Where does he usually sleep? When he goes to bed at night

1
in his own room on his own
2
in a room with other children
3
in your bedroom
4
in a room with other adults
5
other place (please tick & describe)
Other

Where does he usually sleep? When he wakes in the morning

1
in his own room on his own
2
in a room with other children
3
in your bedroom
4
in a room with other adults
5
other place (please tick & describe)
Other

Does he sleep on his own most nights or does he share a bed? When he goes to bed at night

1
in his own bed
2
in a bed with other children
3
in your bed with you
4
in a bed with other adult
5
other place (please tick & describe)
Other

Does he sleep on his own most nights or does he share a bed? When he wakes in the morning

1
in his own bed
2
in a bed with other children
3
in your bed with you
4
in a bed with other adult
5
other place (please tick & describe)
Other

How often does he sleep: on his back

1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Hardly ever

How often does he sleep: on his side

1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Hardly ever

How often does he sleep: on his front

1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Hardly ever

Does your child seem to grind his teeth : when he's asleep?

1
Yes, often
2
Yes, sometimes
3
No

Does your child seem to grind his teeth : at other times?

1
Yes, often
2
Yes, sometimes
3
No
In the room where the child sleeps most of the night:
In Winter In Summer

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

1 - Yes always

2 - Yes sometimes

3 - No not at all

is the heating on all night?
is the heating on part of the night?
is there a window open at night?
does he sleep with a duvet?
does he have an electric blanket?
does he sleep with a pillow?
In the past year has your child regularly:
-

1 - Yes, but did not worry me

2 - Yes, worried me a bit

3 - Yes, worried me greatly

4 - No, did not happen

9 - Don't know

refused to go to bed
woken very early
had difficulty going to sleep
had nightmares
continued to get up after being put to bed
refused to go to bed
got up after only a few hours sleep
SECTION H: BITS AND PIECES
Please list the dates on which your child was weighed or measured since he was 7 years old and add his height and weight. If you don't know, please write DK and go to H2 below.
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3
4

What size shoes does he take?

Shoe size
How often nowadays does he wear the following footwear:
Out of doors Indoors

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

1 - Usually

2 - Sometimes

3 - Never

sandals
trainers/plimsolls
slippers
shoes
other (please tick and describe)

How often nowadays does he wear the following footwear: other (please tick and describe)

Other

How long do you usually let him grow his hair before cutting it?

1
less than 1 inch
2
more than 1 inch but not shoulder length
3
shoulder length
4
longer than shoulder
5
never has it cut
6
other, please describe
Other
How many of the following immunisations has he had since the age of 7?
Number
How many
BCG (for tuberculosis)
DTP or Triple (includes whooping cough)
DT (without whooping cough)
Polio
MMR (measles, mumps and rubella)
Hib (Haemophylus influenzae B - for meningitis)

How many of the following immunisations has he had since the age of 7? Other (please tick and describe)

How many
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Did he have a temperature or was he unwell after any of these immunisations?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to I1 on page 42
If yes,
qc_H5_h == 1

which immunisation:

Generic text

how old was he? ... years

Age in years

how long after the immunisation did this start?

1
under 3 hours
2
3-24 hours
3
1-2 days
4
3-6 days
5
1 week or more
9
don't know

how was he affected?

Generic text
SECTION I: USING THE TOILET
When he needs to go to the toilet to urinate (pass water):

How often does he show signs (e.g. fidgets) that he needs to go?

1
never
2
sometimes
3
often

When he needs to, how often does he go to the toilet without you having to remind him?

1
never
2
sometimes
3
often
4
always

Does he have to dash to the toilet quickly when he realises he needs to go?

1
yes, has to go straight away
2
can hold for a short time (less than 5 minutes)
3
can hold for longer than 5 minutes

How often does he usually go to the toilet to pass water during the day?

1
less than 5 times a day
2
5-9 times a day
3
10 or more times a day
9
don't know

How often does he usually get up to go to the toilet at night?

1
not at all
2
once
3
twice
4
3 or more times
9
don't know

How often usually does your child: dirty his pants during the day

1
Never
2
Occasional accident but less than once a week
3
About once a week
4
2-5 times a week
5
Nearly every day
6
More than once a day

How often usually does your child: dirty himself at night

1
Never
2
Occasional accident but less than once a week
3
About once a week
4
2-5 times a week
5
Nearly every day
6
More than once a day

How often usually does your child: wet himself during the day

1
Never
2
Occasional accident but less than once a week
3
About once a week
4
2-5 times a week
5
Nearly every day
6
More than once a day

How often usually does your child: wet the bed at night

1
Never
2
Occasional accident but less than once a week
3
About once a week
4
2-5 times a week
5
Nearly every day
6
More than once a day
If he wets at night,
qc_I1_i != 1

how often does he: wake up after wetting

1
never
2
sometimes
3
often
4
always

how often does he: seem to wet soon after going to sleep

1
never
2
sometimes
3
often
4
always

how often does he: seem upset when the bed is wet

1
never
2
sometimes
3
often
4
always
Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are using now to try and help your child stop wetting during the day? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting during the day).
taking/sending him to the toilet regularly encouraging child to 'hold on' before using the toilet drinking more fluids drinking less fluids medication praising for dry pants showing your displeasure advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are using now to try and help your child stop wetting during the day? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting during the day). advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are you using now to try and help your child stop wetting the bed? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting the bed).
lifting (taking your child out of bed to the toilet) restricting drinks before bed getting him to toilet regularly in the day rewarding for being dry medication homeopathy hypnosis an alarm that wakes the child when he wets showing your displeasure using night-time protection pants or nappies advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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Have used in the past
Using now

Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are you using now to try and help your child stop wetting the bed? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting the bed). advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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SECTION J: EATING

In the past year have you had difficulties getting him to eat what you wanted him to?

1
Yes, great difficulty
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Yes, some difficulty
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Yes, occasional difficulty
4
No, no difficulty
If yes,
qc_J1 == 1 || qc_J1 == 2 || qc_J1 == 3

please describe the problems:

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In the past year has he at any time:
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1 - Yes, worried me greatly

2 - Yes, worried me a bit

3 - Yes, but did not worry me

4 - No did not happen

deliberately not eaten enough food
refused to eat the food you think he should eat
been choosy with food
over-eaten
been difficult to get into an eating routine
On school days how often does your study child usually eat at each of the following times of day?
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1 - Never

2 - Once in 2 weeks

3 - Once a week

4 - 2-4 times a week

5 - 5 times a week

9 - Don't know

Before school
Mid-morning
Midday
Mid-afternoon before 4.30 p.m.
Late afternoon, between 4.30 & 6.00 p.m.
Early evening between 6.00 & 7.30 p.m.
Mid-evening between 7.30 & 9.00 p.m.
Late evening after 9.00 p.m.
How many times a week on school days does your study child have the following foods or drinks before school?
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1 - Never

2 - Once in 2 weeks

3 - Once a week

4 - 2-4 times a week

5 - 5 times a week

9 - Don't know

Nothing to eat or drink
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Has cereal without milk
Has cereal with milk
Has bread or toast
Has bacon, egg, sausage, or cheese
Has crisps, corn snack or other savoury snack
Has sweet biscuits, sweets or chocolates
Has fruit, yoghurt or fromage frais
Has a milk drink

How many times a week on school days does your study child have the following foods or drinks before school? Before school: Has other food (Please tick & describe)

1
Never
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Once in 2 weeks
3
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4
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9
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Other
How many times a week on school days does your study child have as his midday meal?
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1 - Never

2 - Once in 2 weeks

3 - Once a week

4 - 2-4 times a week

5 - 5 times a week

9 - Don't know

Cooked meal at school
Packed lunch provided by school
Packed lunch provided from home
Comes home for a snack lunch
Comes home for a main meal at midday

How often do you ask your study child about the food he has eaten at school?

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Never
2
Occasionally
3
Quite often
4
Most days
5
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How many times a week on school days does your study child have for his tea/evening meal
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1 - Never

2 - Once in 2 weeks

3 - Once a week

4 - 2-4 times a week

5 - 5 times a week

9 - Don't know

Cooked meal with no vegetables or salad
Cooked meal with fresh vegetables or salad
Cooked meal with frozen vegetables
Cooked meal with tinned vegetables
Sandwich or snack meal e.g. Baked beans on toast, pot noodles
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Eaten from a tray/plate on his lap
Eaten using a knife and fork
Eaten using a spoon and/or fingers
Adult(s) eating with him
Other children eating with him but not adults
Eating on his own

Does your child usually drink milk on a school day?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to J9 below
If yes,
qc_J8_a == 1

Does he have milk at school?

1
Yes
2
No

Does he have milk at home?

1
Yes
2
No
If milk is drunk at home
qc_J8_c == 1

about how much does he have in total in drinks and on cereal at home?

1
Up to 1/2 pint
2
1/2-1 pint
3
1-1 1/2 pints
4
1 1/2-2 pints
5
more than 2 pints

How many normal size pots (100-150g) of yoghurt or fromage frais does your child eat each week in total (2 tiny pots equals one normal pot)?

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None
2
one or less
3
2
4
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5
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6
one per day
7
more than one per day
Has your child had any of the following supplements in the last 12 months?
- If yes, please give full name

1 - Never

2 - Yes, takes them most days'

3 - Yes takes them occasionally

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3 - Yes takes them occasionally

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3 - Yes takes them occasionally

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Multivitamins
Multiminerals
Calcium
Iron
Vitamin D
Vitamin C
Cod liver oil

Has your child had any of the following supplements in the last 12 months? Other

2
Yes, takes them most days'
3
Yes takes them occasionally
If yes,
qc_J10_h == 2 || qc_J10_h == 3

please give full name

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Is your child at present a vegetarian?

1
Yes
2
No

Is your child at present a vegan (i.e. does not eat meat, poultry, fish, eggs, butter, milk or cheese)?

1
Yes
2
No

Is your child at present on any other kind of special diet?

1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to J14 below
If yes,
qc_J13 == 1

please describe below.

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Does your child have definite likes and dislikes as far as food is concerned?

1
no, will eat almost anything
2
yes, quite choosy
3
yes, very choosy

Does he eat coal, soil, dirt or other non-food substances?

1
yes, every day
2
yes, at least once a week
3
yes, less than once a week
4
no, not at all
If yes,
qc_J15 == 1 || qc_J15 == 2 || qc_J15 == 3

please describe what he eats:

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SECTION K:

This questionnaire was completed by (please tick all that apply): child's biological mother

1
Yes

This questionnaire was completed by (please tick all that apply): child's mother-figure

1
Yes

This questionnaire was completed by (please tick all that apply): child's biological father

1
Yes

This questionnaire was completed by (please tick all that apply): study child

1
Yes

This questionnaire was completed by (please tick all that apply): someone else (please describe)

1
Yes
Other

Please give the date on which you completed this questionnaire:

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Please give your date of birth:

Date of birth

Please give your study child's date of birth:

Date of birth
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP

Space for any additional comments you would like to make

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NB Please remember we cannot act on any comment unless you sign it.
When completed, please return the questionnaire to: Professor Jean Golding Children of the Nineties - ALSPAC Institute of Child Health
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YOUR SON AT 9
All answers are confidential
This questionnaire is to be answered by the child's main carer.
To answer simply tick the box which is most accurate in your opinion.
Some questions are the same as those you have answered before. This is so that we can tell what changes have happened to you.
Please answer all questions if you can, even if they are similar.
If you do not want to answer a question or if it does not apply to you, put a line through it.
There are no good or bad answers. Just tell us what is true of your child as far as you know.
All answers are confidential
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP

SECTION A: SCHOOL

Does he go to school?
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How many different schools has he gone to? ... different schools
How many

What types of school has he gone to?

infant school primary school private (fee paying ) boarding school studies at home special school* not able to be taught

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1st school
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please describe type
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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): It was the only available choice
1
Yes
Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): It was the best available
1
Yes
Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): There were medical reasons
1
Yes
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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): There were psychological reasons
1
Yes
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Please describe reasons for child being at current school (tick all that apply): Other (please tick and describe )
1
Yes
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What time does school start ? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes
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What time does school end ? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes
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What time does the child leave school to go home? 24 hour clock ... hours ... minutes
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Who takes him to and from school nowadays? (Tick all that apply)

Going Coming back

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

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1 - every day

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2 - some days

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I take him
My partner takes him
A grandparent or adult relative
An older child
Childminder
Other person
Goes on his own

How does he get to school?

Going Coming back

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

1 - every day

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1 - every day

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2 - some days

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2 - some days

1 - every day

2 - some days

He walks
He goes in a wheelchair
By public transport
School bus/coach
By car
Rides bicycle
Other (please tick & describe)
How does he get to school? Other (please tick & describe)
Other
How far away is the school?
1
less than 1/2 mile (1 km) away
2
1/2 - 1 mile (1-2 km) away
3
1 - 5 miles (2-8 km) away
4
more than 5 miles (8 km) away
How long does it take to get there in the morning? ... minutes
How many
We would like to know what happens after school.
Does he usually go straight home?
1
No
2
Yes
If yes, go to A6c on page 6
where does he go? to a relative's home
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
where does he go? to a friend's home
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
where does he go? to a childminder
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
where does he go? school club
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
where does he go? plays outside
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
where does he go? other (please tick and describe)
1
Every day
2
Some days
3
Never
Other
If he goes straight home is an adult always there?
1
yes, always
2
yes, usually
3
yes, sometimes
4
no, hardly ever
Some of these questions may seem familiar. We have asked similar ones before, but don't forget circumstances change for a lot of us over a period of time and your answers today may be different from last time!
How does he feel about school? He looks forward to seeing his teachers
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Not at all
How does he feel about school? He enjoys school
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Not at all
How does he feel about school? He is stimulated by it
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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How does he feel about school? He is frightened by the teachers
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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How does he feel about school? He is frightened by his school mates
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Usually
3
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4
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How does he feel about school? He is afraid of failure
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Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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How does he feel about school? He seems bored by school
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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How does he feel about school? He likes his school mates
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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How does he feel about school? He looks forward to lessons
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Not at all
At school how much do you think he likes: Science, natural history
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He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Maths
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: English
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Games/PE
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Foreign language
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Art/painting
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Music
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Geography
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: History
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
4
Does not do this
At school how much do you think he likes: Other topic (please tick & describe)
1
He likes it a lot
2
He quite likes it
3
He does not like it
Other

When he finishes school and returns home:

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1 - Always

2 - Usually

3 - Sometimes

4 - Never

Read, draw or play quietly by himself
Watch TV or video
Play with other children
Use a computer
Do schoolwork
Listen to music
When he finishes school and returns home: Does he: Something else (please tick and describe)
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Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
Other
When you meet at home after school: Does he: Talk about the events of the day
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When you meet at home after school: Does he: Ask about what has happened in your day
1
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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Does he bring home things that he has done at school (e.g. painting)?
1
Yes
2
No
If no, go to A12 below
how often are they put so that everyone can see them?
1
always
2
usually
3
sometimes
4
never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? excited
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? talkative
1
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? withdrawn
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? calm
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Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
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When he gets home from school how does he behave? very active
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2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? sleepy
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? angry
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? hungry
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? tearful
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? anxious
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never
When he gets home from school how does he behave? affectionate
1
Always
2
Usually
3
Sometimes
4
Never