New findings from the Growing Up in Scotland study

Author: Growing Up in Scotland study
Categories: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities and Family Environment and Alternative Care

10th May 2012

Almost every parent in Scotland is involved, engaged and highly satisfied in their child's schooling in the early years according to key findings from the latest report.

The annual Growing up in Scotland (GUS) report looks at life as a child in Scotland, this year focussing on three areas: early experiences at primary school, weight and physical activity and the involvement of grandparents.

If you have any queries, please get in touch with Lesley Kelly, GUS Dissemination Officer.