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STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL

Local Authority Code Number

Local Authority Code Number

Child's Code Number

Child's Code Number
EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
NATIONAL CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDY
(1958 Cohort)
SPONSORED AND ADMINISTERED BY: National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care
CO-SPONSORED BY:
Institute of Child Health, University of London
National Birthday Trust Fund
National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales
IN COLLABORATION WITH:
ENGLAND AND WALES
Association of Chief Education Officers
Society of Medical Officers of Health
SCOTLAND
Association of Directors of Education
Association of School Medical and Dental Officers
CHAIRMAN OF CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE:
Mary D. Sheridan, O.B.E., M.A., M.D., D.C.H.
CHAIRMAN OF STEERING COMMITTEE: W.D. Wall, B.A., PH.D.
EXECUTIVE CO-DIRECTORS:
Professor N. R. Butler, M.D., F.R.C.P., D.C.H.
Mrs. M. L. Kellmer Pringle, B.A., PH.D., DIP. ED. PSYCH.
CO-DIRECTOR AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:
R. Davie, B.A., DIP.ED.PSYCH.
CO-DIRECTORS: M. J. R. Healy, B.A.
J. M. Tanner, M.D., D.SC , M.R.C.P.
W.D. Wall, B.A., PH.D.
SENIOR RESEARCH OFFICER:
P. J. Wedge, M.A., DIP.PUB.SOC.ADMIN., DIP.APP.SOC.STUD.

CHILD'S NAME (Surname)

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CHILD'S NAME (Christian Names in full)

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SEX

1
Boy
2
Girl

DATE OF BIRTH

Date of birth

TODAY'S DATE

Generic date

NAME AND ADDRESS OF PRESENT SCHOOL

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SCHOOL NUMBER (as designated by the Department of Education and Science or the Scottish Education Department)

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TELEPHONE NUMBER OF SCHOOL

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NAME OF HEAD OR PRINCIPAL (MR. /MRS. /MISS)

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NAME OF CHILD'S CLASS TEACHER (MR. /MRS. /MISS)

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DATE OF CHILD'S ADMISSION TO PRESENT SCHOOL

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CHILD'S PREVIOUS SCHOOL (if any). Please give name and address, if known, or any other information which will enable us to trace the school.

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*The Introductory Notes and Test Instructions are in the centre pages of the Test Booklet
SECTION A
The six questions in this section are about the school
PLEASE ANSWER EITHER QUESTION 5 OR QUESTION 6
For schools maintained by a Local Education Authority

Please indicate category to which your school belongs by ringing appropriate number:

1
Junior School
2
Junior with Infants School (or Primary with Infants)
3
All-age School
4
Secondary School
5
Day Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
6
Residential Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
7
Other (please specify)
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For schools not maintained by a Local Education Authority

Please indicate category to which your school belongs by ringing appropriate number:

1
Independent School (this includes grant-aided schools) catering wholly or mainly for children who are not handicapped
2
Day Special School for handicapped children (please specify type/s of handicap)
3
Residential Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
4
Other (please specify)
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Total number of pupils at present on school roll (Please enter the number in the boxes, e.g. if 66 children, enter 066)

How many

How many full-time members of the teaching staff does your school currently have? (Excluding the Headteacher): Please enter the number here

How many
If there are part-time members of staff,

what full-time equivalent number of teachers do they represent? (E.g. 4 teachers teaching half-time would be equivalent to 2 full-time teachers): Please enter the number here

How many
How many of the above full-time teachers (included in 8a) have been at your school for the following lengths of time?:
-
How many
Temporary (or supply) teachers
Less than one whole year
1 or 2 whole years
3, 4 or 5 whole years
6, 7, 8 ,9 or 10 whole years
More than 10 whole years

How old are the main school buildings? (Please enter the number of years in the box, e.g. for 8 years enter 008; if the school is situated on more than one site, please give details below)

How many
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Approximately what percentage of your present eleven-year-olds do you consider as suitable for an academic secondary education leading to G.C.E 'O' level (or Scottish Certificate of Education 'O' Grade) in five or more subjects? (Please enter the percentage in the box, e.g. for 5 per cent enter 05)

Percentage
SECTION B
This section contains questions about the child and his parents which might best be answered by the class teacher in consultation with the Head

Since the beginning of the school year has either parent taken the initiative to discuss the child, even briefly, with you or any member of the teaching staff? (Please ring one code only)

1
Yes, father only
2
Yes, mother only
3
Yes, both
4
Neither

During this period has there been any such discussion with the parents at the instigation of you or your teaching staff?

1
Yes
2
No

With regard to the child's educational progress, do the father and mother appear: (Please ring one code only for each parent): FATHER

1
Over concerned about the child's progress and/or expecting too high a standard?
2
Very interested?
3
To show some interest?
4
To show little or no interest
5
Can't say
9
Inapplicable (e.g. no father)

With regard to the child's educational progress, do the father and mother appear: (Please ring one code only for each parent): MOTHER

1
Over concerned about the child's progress and/or expecting too high a standard?
2
Very interested?
3
To show some interest?
4
To show little or no interest?
5
Can't say
9
Inapplicable (e.g. no mother)
Note: Questions 13(a) to 13(e) are not mutually exclusive and should all be completed.

In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do int the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any educational or mental backwardness?

1
Yes
2
No

If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.

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In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any educational or mental superiority?

1
Yes
2
No

If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.

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In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any behaviour difficulties?

1
Yes
2
No

If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.

Generic text

In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any physical or sensory disability?

1
Yes
2
No

If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.

Generic text

Do you consider, irrespective of the facilities in your area, that the child would benefit now from attendance at a special school?

1
Yes
2
No
3
Can't say

Is the child at present receiving free school meals?

1
Yes
2
No

As far as you are aware, has the child been referred to any agency because of difficulties which have affected his educational progress or behaviour? (E.g. School Health Service, Child Guidance Clinic, School Psychological Service, Education Welfare Service or School Attendance Officer, Children's Department, Doctor, Probation Officer). (Include refferals made at a routine medical examination, and any made by another school or by the parents, if known).

1
Yes
2
No
If Yes,
qc_15 == 1

please state agency involved and, briefly, the reasons for each refferal.

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Since the child has been in your school has there been any noticeable improvement or deterioration in the rate of his educational progress or in his behaviour and adjustment?

1
Marked improvement
2
Some improvement
3
No noticeable change
4
Some deterioration
5
Marked deterioration
6
Can't say
If there has been a change,
qc_16 == 1 || qc_16 == 2 || qc_16 == 4 || qc_16 == 5

please describe briefly; also mention any factors you feel may be responsible.

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From your present knowledge of this child and his circumstances:

What do you think he is likely to achieve academically at secondary school and/or in further education?

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What kind of job or career do you feel might best suit his abilities or aptitudes? (Please feel free to be as specific or as general as you wish.)

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SECTION C
This section contains questions about the child and his class and might best be completed by the class teacher

Is the child's age group streamed* by ability?

1
Yes
2
No
If streamed by ability,
qc_18_a == 1

is he in:

1
A higher ability class
2
An average ability class
3
A lower ability class?
*If the situation in your school does not fit this coding,
qc_18_b != 1 && qc_18_b != 2 && qc_18_b != 3

please describe below:

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Number of pupils in the child's present class? (Please enter the number in the boxes; include other year groups if all children are in the same class)

How many

How many teachers normally teach this class? Enter number here

How many
If there is more than one teacher,
qc_20 > '1'
please enter details below:
Name of Teacher Hours per week Subjects or Activities
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1
2
3
4
5

Number of possible half-day attendances for this child in the present school year. (Please enter the number in the boxes)

How many

Number of half-days absent during this period. (Please enter the number in the boxes, e.g. if 24 half-days absent enter 024)

How many
For children in English or Welsh schools only.

Will this child be proceeding to a local authority maintained or direct grant selective secondary school (i.e. Grammar, Secondary Mordern, Technical School); to some form of maintained comprehensive school; or to an independent school?

1
Selective secondary school
2
Maintained comprehensive school
3
Independent school
4
Other school (please specify)
5
Don't know
Other
You are asked to rate some aspects of the child's ability and attainment. Each area is subdivided into five categories. It is expected that in a representative cross-section of children of this age, approximately five per cent fall into the first category, the next 25 per cent would fit the second description, the middle or average group of 40 per cent would be in the third category, the next 25 per cent in the fourth category and the final five per cent in the fifth category.

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. General knowledge

1
Exceptionally well-informed for his age
2
Above average. Good background of general knowledge
3
Average for his age in this respect
4
Below average. Rather limited knowledge
5
Lack of general knowledge is a handicap in school

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Number work

1
Extremely good facility with number and with mathematical concepts. Grasps new processes very quickly. Shows insight and understanding
2
Understanding of number work well developed. Grasps new processes without much difficulty
3
Average ability in this sphere
4
Rather slow to understand new processes. Rather poor facility with numbers, although able to do somethings by rote
5
Little, if any, ability in this sphere. Shows very little understanding of number work

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Use of books

1
Exceptional. Reads very widely for pleasure and information
2
Above average. Turns to books very readily
3
Average. Skill and comprehension satisfactory for school requirements
4
Below average. Still learning the skill of reading; not inclined to turn spontaneously to books for pleasure or information
5
Very poor or non-reader. Recognises few words; very limited use of books because of poor skills

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Oral ability

1
Exceptionally good for his age. Shows extensive vocabulary and complex sentence formation
2
Above average. Has very good vocabulary and expresses himself well orally
3
Average for his age. Expresses himself satisfactorily in conversation and oral lessons
4
Below average. Rather limited in vocabulary, tending to use simple phraseology
5
Very limited oral ability for his age
Below are a few descriptions of behaviour shown by some children. Any one particular description is likely to apply to only a minority of children; moreover quite a proportion of children may show at least in some degree one of the aspects of behaviour listed below. If the description fits the child, please circle the figure 1 in the first column. If it is a marginal case, or you are in some doubt about the child's inclusion under this description, please circle the figure 2 in the next column. If the description does not fit the child at all circle the figure 3 in the third column.
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1 - Certainly

2 - Somewhat

3 - Not at all

4 - Don't know

Poor control of hands (e.g. in writing, drawing, handwork)
Squirmy, fidgety child
Poor physical co-ordination (e.g. in jumping, running or throwing)
Often running or jumping about; hardly ever still
Difficult to understand because of poor speech
Imperfect grasp of English (i.e. when native language is other than English or Welsh)

Compared with other children at this age, does he/she reveal outstanding ability in any area? E.g. writing stories, drawing, chess, modelling, music, science, sport, etc

1
Yes
2
No
If Yes,
qc_25_a == 1

please describe.

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What would you consider are this child's most favourable qualities of personality and character?

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What do you regard as his/her most serious weaknesses or drawbacks of personality or character?

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STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Local Authority Code Number
Local Authority Code Number
Child's Code Number
Child's Code Number
EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
NATIONAL CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDY
(1958 Cohort)
SPONSORED AND ADMINISTERED BY: National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care
CO-SPONSORED BY:
Institute of Child Health, University of London
National Birthday Trust Fund
National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales
IN COLLABORATION WITH:
ENGLAND AND WALES
Association of Chief Education Officers
Society of Medical Officers of Health
SCOTLAND
Association of Directors of Education
Association of School Medical and Dental Officers
CHAIRMAN OF CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE:
Mary D. Sheridan, O.B.E., M.A., M.D., D.C.H.
CHAIRMAN OF STEERING COMMITTEE: W.D. Wall, B.A., PH.D.
EXECUTIVE CO-DIRECTORS:
Professor N. R. Butler, M.D., F.R.C.P., D.C.H.
Mrs. M. L. Kellmer Pringle, B.A., PH.D., DIP. ED. PSYCH.
CO-DIRECTOR AND PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:
R. Davie, B.A., DIP.ED.PSYCH.
CO-DIRECTORS: M. J. R. Healy, B.A.
J. M. Tanner, M.D., D.SC , M.R.C.P.
W.D. Wall, B.A., PH.D.
SENIOR RESEARCH OFFICER:
P. J. Wedge, M.A., DIP.PUB.SOC.ADMIN., DIP.APP.SOC.STUD.
CHILD'S NAME (Surname)
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CHILD'S NAME (Christian Names in full)
Generic text
SEX
1
Boy
2
Girl
DATE OF BIRTH
Date of birth
TODAY'S DATE
Generic date
NAME AND ADDRESS OF PRESENT SCHOOL
Generic text
SCHOOL NUMBER (as designated by the Department of Education and Science or the Scottish Education Department)
Generic text
TELEPHONE NUMBER OF SCHOOL
Generic text
NAME OF HEAD OR PRINCIPAL (MR. /MRS. /MISS)
Generic text
NAME OF CHILD'S CLASS TEACHER (MR. /MRS. /MISS)
Generic text
DATE OF CHILD'S ADMISSION TO PRESENT SCHOOL
Generic date
CHILD'S PREVIOUS SCHOOL (if any). Please give name and address, if known, or any other information which will enable us to trace the school.
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*The Introductory Notes and Test Instructions are in the centre pages of the Test Booklet

SECTION A

The six questions in this section are about the school
PLEASE ANSWER EITHER QUESTION 5 OR QUESTION 6
Please indicate category to which your school belongs by ringing appropriate number:
1
Junior School
2
Junior with Infants School (or Primary with Infants)
3
All-age School
4
Secondary School
5
Day Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
6
Residential Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
7
Other (please specify)
Generic text
Please indicate category to which your school belongs by ringing appropriate number:
1
Independent School (this includes grant-aided schools) catering wholly or mainly for children who are not handicapped
2
Day Special School for handicapped children (please specify type/s of handicap)
3
Residential Special School (please specify type/s of handicap)
4
Other (please specify)
Generic text
Total number of pupils at present on school roll (Please enter the number in the boxes, e.g. if 66 children, enter 066)
How many
How many full-time members of the teaching staff does your school currently have? (Excluding the Headteacher): Please enter the number here
How many
what full-time equivalent number of teachers do they represent? (E.g. 4 teachers teaching half-time would be equivalent to 2 full-time teachers): Please enter the number here
How many

How many of the above full-time teachers (included in 8a) have been at your school for the following lengths of time?:

-
How many
Temporary (or supply) teachers
Less than one whole year
1 or 2 whole years
3, 4 or 5 whole years
6, 7, 8 ,9 or 10 whole years
More than 10 whole years
How old are the main school buildings? (Please enter the number of years in the box, e.g. for 8 years enter 008; if the school is situated on more than one site, please give details below)
How many
Long text
Approximately what percentage of your present eleven-year-olds do you consider as suitable for an academic secondary education leading to G.C.E 'O' level (or Scottish Certificate of Education 'O' Grade) in five or more subjects? (Please enter the percentage in the box, e.g. for 5 per cent enter 05)
Percentage

SECTION B

This section contains questions about the child and his parents which might best be answered by the class teacher in consultation with the Head
Since the beginning of the school year has either parent taken the initiative to discuss the child, even briefly, with you or any member of the teaching staff? (Please ring one code only)
1
Yes, father only
2
Yes, mother only
3
Yes, both
4
Neither
During this period has there been any such discussion with the parents at the instigation of you or your teaching staff?
1
Yes
2
No
With regard to the child's educational progress, do the father and mother appear: (Please ring one code only for each parent): FATHER
1
Over concerned about the child's progress and/or expecting too high a standard?
2
Very interested?
3
To show some interest?
4
To show little or no interest
5
Can't say
9
Inapplicable (e.g. no father)
With regard to the child's educational progress, do the father and mother appear: (Please ring one code only for each parent): MOTHER
1
Over concerned about the child's progress and/or expecting too high a standard?
2
Very interested?
3
To show some interest?
4
To show little or no interest?
5
Can't say
9
Inapplicable (e.g. no mother)
Note: Questions 13(a) to 13(e) are not mutually exclusive and should all be completed.
In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do int the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any educational or mental backwardness?
1
Yes
2
No
If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.
Generic text
In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any educational or mental superiority?
1
Yes
2
No
If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.
Generic text
In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any behaviour difficulties?
1
Yes
2
No
If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.
Generic text
In addition to anything which the class teacher may be able to do in the normal way, is the child receiving help within the school because of any physical or sensory disability?
1
Yes
2
No
If the child is receiving such help, please describe briefly: if not, but you consider this necessary, detail the provision you have in mind.
Generic text
Do you consider, irrespective of the facilities in your area, that the child would benefit now from attendance at a special school?
1
Yes
2
No
3
Can't say
Is the child at present receiving free school meals?
1
Yes
2
No
As far as you are aware, has the child been referred to any agency because of difficulties which have affected his educational progress or behaviour? (E.g. School Health Service, Child Guidance Clinic, School Psychological Service, Education Welfare Service or School Attendance Officer, Children's Department, Doctor, Probation Officer). (Include refferals made at a routine medical examination, and any made by another school or by the parents, if known).
1
Yes
2
No
please state agency involved and, briefly, the reasons for each refferal.
Long text
Since the child has been in your school has there been any noticeable improvement or deterioration in the rate of his educational progress or in his behaviour and adjustment?
1
Marked improvement
2
Some improvement
3
No noticeable change
4
Some deterioration
5
Marked deterioration
6
Can't say
please describe briefly; also mention any factors you feel may be responsible.
Long text
From your present knowledge of this child and his circumstances:
What do you think he is likely to achieve academically at secondary school and/or in further education?
Long text
What kind of job or career do you feel might best suit his abilities or aptitudes? (Please feel free to be as specific or as general as you wish.)
Long text

SECTION C

This section contains questions about the child and his class and might best be completed by the class teacher
Is the child's age group streamed* by ability?
1
Yes
2
No
is he in:
1
A higher ability class
2
An average ability class
3
A lower ability class?
please describe below:
Long text
Number of pupils in the child's present class? (Please enter the number in the boxes; include other year groups if all children are in the same class)
How many
How many teachers normally teach this class? Enter number here
How many

please enter details below:

Name of Teacher Hours per week Subjects or Activities
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1
2
3
4
5
Number of possible half-day attendances for this child in the present school year. (Please enter the number in the boxes)
How many
Number of half-days absent during this period. (Please enter the number in the boxes, e.g. if 24 half-days absent enter 024)
How many
Will this child be proceeding to a local authority maintained or direct grant selective secondary school (i.e. Grammar, Secondary Mordern, Technical School); to some form of maintained comprehensive school; or to an independent school?
1
Selective secondary school
2
Maintained comprehensive school
3
Independent school
4
Other school (please specify)
5
Don't know
Other
You are asked to rate some aspects of the child's ability and attainment. Each area is subdivided into five categories. It is expected that in a representative cross-section of children of this age, approximately five per cent fall into the first category, the next 25 per cent would fit the second description, the middle or average group of 40 per cent would be in the third category, the next 25 per cent in the fourth category and the final five per cent in the fifth category.
In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. General knowledge
1
Exceptionally well-informed for his age
2
Above average. Good background of general knowledge
3
Average for his age in this respect
4
Below average. Rather limited knowledge
5
Lack of general knowledge is a handicap in school
In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Number work
1
Extremely good facility with number and with mathematical concepts. Grasps new processes very quickly. Shows insight and understanding
2
Understanding of number work well developed. Grasps new processes without much difficulty
3
Average ability in this sphere
4
Rather slow to understand new processes. Rather poor facility with numbers, although able to do somethings by rote
5
Little, if any, ability in this sphere. Shows very little understanding of number work
In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Use of books
1
Exceptional. Reads very widely for pleasure and information
2
Above average. Turns to books very readily
3
Average. Skill and comprehension satisfactory for school requirements
4
Below average. Still learning the skill of reading; not inclined to turn spontaneously to books for pleasure or information
5
Very poor or non-reader. Recognises few words; very limited use of books because of poor skills
In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Oral ability
1
Exceptionally good for his age. Shows extensive vocabulary and complex sentence formation
2
Above average. Has very good vocabulary and expresses himself well orally
3
Average for his age. Expresses himself satisfactorily in conversation and oral lessons
4
Below average. Rather limited in vocabulary, tending to use simple phraseology
5
Very limited oral ability for his age

Below are a few descriptions of behaviour shown by some children. Any one particular description is likely to apply to only a minority of children; moreover quite a proportion of children may show at least in some degree one of the aspects of behaviour listed below. If the description fits the child, please circle the figure 1 in the first column. If it is a marginal case, or you are in some doubt about the child's inclusion under this description, please circle the figure 2 in the next column. If the description does not fit the child at all circle the figure 3 in the third column.

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1 - Certainly

2 - Somewhat

3 - Not at all

4 - Don't know

Poor control of hands (e.g. in writing, drawing, handwork)
Squirmy, fidgety child
Poor physical co-ordination (e.g. in jumping, running or throwing)
Often running or jumping about; hardly ever still
Difficult to understand because of poor speech
Imperfect grasp of English (i.e. when native language is other than English or Welsh)
Compared with other children at this age, does he/she reveal outstanding ability in any area? E.g. writing stories, drawing, chess, modelling, music, science, sport, etc
1
Yes
2
No
please describe.
Generic text
What would you consider are this child's most favourable qualities of personality and character?
Long text
What do you regard as his/her most serious weaknesses or drawbacks of personality or character?
Long text
Name

NCDS Age 11 Educational Assessment