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nshd_64_cq
THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
(Population Investigation Committee)
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
FURTHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SURVEY 1964 COLLEGE QUESTIONNAIRE

Ref. No.

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Name and Address

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Name of College

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New College

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EXPLANATORY NOTE
The student named above is a member of this national sample of 5000 young people who have been followed up since their birth in 1946, through the generous co-operation of Local Education Authorities, schools, the Youth Employment Service and colleges. The present study is concerned with the vocational training and further or technical education of those members of the sample who have left school. It is supported by a grant from the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
We believe, either from a form completed by the college last year, or from information supplied by a Youth Employment Officer, that this student attended your college in the session 1963/64. We should be most grateful if you would provide us with information about the course and his performance EVEN IF HE DID NOT COMPLETE THE SESSION.
All information will be regarded as strictly confidential and there is no possibility of the name of the college, or of the student, appearing in any report.
HOW TO FILL IN THIS FORM
We would ask that this form be completed by the Head of Department concerned. Where a question has several possible answers, please circle the number opposite the appropriate reply. If you feel that further amplification of any reply is needed, please do not hesitate to give it.
If the student did not enrol at this college in 1963/64 but you know he went in to another college, please insert the name of the new college at the top of the form and return it to your Local Education Authority who will re-allocate it.
When the form is completed please return it to your Local Education Authority, to be forwarded to the National Survey of Health and Development, by the end of November, 1964.

Course attended 1962/63

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Course attended 1963/64 according to our information

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Please give the official title and year of the course of study taken by this student in 1963/64.

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What type of course was this? (Ring more than one if necessary.)

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part-time day
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block release
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sandwich
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evening
5
full-time
If evenings,
qc_2_a == 4

how many a week?

Evenings in week
If block release, full-time or sandwich,
qc_2_a == 2 || qc_2_a == 5 || qc_2_a == 3

please give the number of college weeks in the year.

Weeks in year

How many class hours per week were devoted to: theory?

Hours in Week

How many class hours per week were devoted to: practical work?

Hours in Week

How many class hours per week were devoted to: 'general' or 'liberal' studies?

Hours in Week

How many students altogether were taking this stage of the course?

How many

Into how many classes were they divided?

How many

How many students in this student's class: were on the register?

How many

How many students in this student's class: took the end-of-year examination?

How many

How many students in this student's class: passed?

How many

How many students in this student's class: were referred?

How many

Did this student complete the session 1963/64?

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Yes
0
No
(if 'no')
qc_6_a == 0

When did he last attend?

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Why did he give up the course?

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Has this student now enrolled for the 1964/65 session?

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Yes
0
No

Has this student now enrolled for the 1964/65 session? For which course?

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Please give this student's attendance record, in 1963/64. ...%

Percent
CLASSROOM/HOMEWORK RECORD 1963/64
Subject Marks Pass Mark
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EXAM PERFORMANCE 1963/64
Name of Exam (or 'Internal') Subject Marks Pass Mark
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For what final exam was he studying? Examining body:

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For what final exam was he studying? Title of exam:

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For what final exam was he studying? Number of exam:

How many

Please give your opinion of the encouragement given and the interest taken by the student's employer, in his progress at college. We do not know the name of his employer, so the confidentiality of this rating is guaranteed. Circle the number opposite the most applicable description, and write any extra comments on this point in the space provided.

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lively encouragement given - concern shown at poor performance
2
some encouragement - some concern at poor progress
3
little encouragement - little interest in progress
4
student attends college 'in spite of' employer - indifference to progress
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no knowledge

Please give your opinion of the encouragement given and the interest taken by the student's employer, in his progress at college. We do not know the name of his employer, so the confidentiality of this rating is guaranteed. Circle the number opposite the most applicable description, and write any extra comments on this point in the space provided. Comment:

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Would you please now say how frequently there is contact between the college and this student's employer to discuss the course and progress of this and other students.

1
frequent contact
2
regular contact
3
occasional contact
4
little or no contact

Would you please now say how frequently there is contact between the college and this student's employer to discuss the course and progress of this and other students. Comment:

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Building in which this class was taught

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Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Building in which this class was taught Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Facilities for practical teaching

1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
y
Not required

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Facilities for practical teaching Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Supply of teaching staff

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Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Supply of teaching staff Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Library

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Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Library Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Canteen or refectory

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Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Canteen or refectory Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' common rooms

1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' common rooms Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' union or clubs

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Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' union or clubs Comment

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Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Sports facilities

1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all

Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Sports facilities Comment

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Please answer the following queries which arise out of last year's survey:

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Further comment or explanation. (e.g. changes of course by this student, with dates, details and reasons, and any other remarks you feel appropriate.)

Long text

Completed by:

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Status

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Date

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP
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nshd_64_cq

THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
(Population Investigation Committee)
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
FURTHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SURVEY 1964 COLLEGE QUESTIONNAIRE
Ref. No.
Generic text
Name and Address
Generic text
Name of College
Generic text
New College
Generic text
EXPLANATORY NOTE
The student named above is a member of this national sample of 5000 young people who have been followed up since their birth in 1946, through the generous co-operation of Local Education Authorities, schools, the Youth Employment Service and colleges. The present study is concerned with the vocational training and further or technical education of those members of the sample who have left school. It is supported by a grant from the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
We believe, either from a form completed by the college last year, or from information supplied by a Youth Employment Officer, that this student attended your college in the session 1963/64. We should be most grateful if you would provide us with information about the course and his performance EVEN IF HE DID NOT COMPLETE THE SESSION.
All information will be regarded as strictly confidential and there is no possibility of the name of the college, or of the student, appearing in any report.
HOW TO FILL IN THIS FORM
We would ask that this form be completed by the Head of Department concerned. Where a question has several possible answers, please circle the number opposite the appropriate reply. If you feel that further amplification of any reply is needed, please do not hesitate to give it.
If the student did not enrol at this college in 1963/64 but you know he went in to another college, please insert the name of the new college at the top of the form and return it to your Local Education Authority who will re-allocate it.
When the form is completed please return it to your Local Education Authority, to be forwarded to the National Survey of Health and Development, by the end of November, 1964.
Course attended 1962/63
Generic text
Course attended 1963/64 according to our information
Generic text
Please give the official title and year of the course of study taken by this student in 1963/64.
Generic text
What type of course was this? (Ring more than one if necessary.)
1
part-time day
2
block release
3
sandwich
4
evening
5
full-time
how many a week?
Evenings in week
please give the number of college weeks in the year.
Weeks in year
How many class hours per week were devoted to: theory?
Hours in Week
How many class hours per week were devoted to: practical work?
Hours in Week
How many class hours per week were devoted to: 'general' or 'liberal' studies?
Hours in Week
How many students altogether were taking this stage of the course?
How many
Into how many classes were they divided?
How many
How many students in this student's class: were on the register?
How many
How many students in this student's class: took the end-of-year examination?
How many
How many students in this student's class: passed?
How many
How many students in this student's class: were referred?
How many
Did this student complete the session 1963/64?
1
Yes
0
No
When did he last attend?
Generic date
Why did he give up the course?
Long text
Has this student now enrolled for the 1964/65 session?
1
Yes
0
No
Has this student now enrolled for the 1964/65 session? For which course?
Generic text
Please give this student's attendance record, in 1963/64. ...%
Percent

CLASSROOM/HOMEWORK RECORD 1963/64

Subject Marks Pass Mark
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5
6
7
8
9
10

EXAM PERFORMANCE 1963/64

Name of Exam (or 'Internal') Subject Marks Pass Mark
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5
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9
10
For what final exam was he studying? Examining body:
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For what final exam was he studying? Title of exam:
Generic text
For what final exam was he studying? Number of exam:
How many
Please give your opinion of the encouragement given and the interest taken by the student's employer, in his progress at college. We do not know the name of his employer, so the confidentiality of this rating is guaranteed. Circle the number opposite the most applicable description, and write any extra comments on this point in the space provided.
1
lively encouragement given - concern shown at poor performance
2
some encouragement - some concern at poor progress
3
little encouragement - little interest in progress
4
student attends college 'in spite of' employer - indifference to progress
5
no knowledge
Please give your opinion of the encouragement given and the interest taken by the student's employer, in his progress at college. We do not know the name of his employer, so the confidentiality of this rating is guaranteed. Circle the number opposite the most applicable description, and write any extra comments on this point in the space provided. Comment:
Generic text
Would you please now say how frequently there is contact between the college and this student's employer to discuss the course and progress of this and other students.
1
frequent contact
2
regular contact
3
occasional contact
4
little or no contact
Would you please now say how frequently there is contact between the college and this student's employer to discuss the course and progress of this and other students. Comment:
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Building in which this class was taught
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Building in which this class was taught Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Facilities for practical teaching
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
y
Not required
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Facilities for practical teaching Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Supply of teaching staff
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Supply of teaching staff Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Library
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Library Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Canteen or refectory
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Canteen or refectory Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' common rooms
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' common rooms Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' union or clubs
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Students' union or clubs Comment
Generic text
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Sports facilities
1
Excellent
2
Adequate
3
Inadequate
0
None at all
Please assess the adequacy of the following facilities, as they applied to this student's course in the session 1963/64. Sports facilities Comment
Generic text
Please answer the following queries which arise out of last year's survey:
Long text
Further comment or explanation. (e.g. changes of course by this student, with dates, details and reasons, and any other remarks you feel appropriate.)
Long text
Completed by:
Generic text
Status
Generic text
Date
Generic date
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP
Name

1964 College Questionnaire