Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce many reports and thought pieces which review our research and thinking across a broad range of topics.
Childcare and early years survey of parents: 2011
31 January 2013
This survey, funded by the Department for Education and carried out by Ipsos MORI, aims to provide information to help monitor the progress of policies in the area of childcare and early years provision.
The Effects of the English Baccalaureate
5 October 2012
Our research for the Department for Education looks at how the EBacc has affected schools’ curriculum offer, and pupils’ decisions about the GCSE subjects they study.
Childcare and early years survey of parents 2010
28 June 2012
Ipsos MORI has published the findings from the latest Childcare and Early Years Survey of Parents, which provides salient, up-to-date information on parents’ use of childcare and early years provision, and their views and experiences.
Exploring the flexibility of the free entitlement to early education
28 June 2012
Ipsos MORI’s latest research for the Department for Education explores how take-up of the free entitlement to early education could be increased and how the delivery of the free entitlement could be made more flexible.
Underage Gambling in England and Wales
1 June 2011
Read our report presenting findings from the 2011 Young People Omnibus Survey of secondary school pupils, carried out by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the National Lottery Commission.
Examining the Safety of Children Online Across Europe
21 October 2010
The EU Kids Online Project based at the London School of Economics and Political Science launch their report today detailing new and important evidence about children’s exposure to and experience of risks on the internet. The report is based on a survey conducted by Ipsos among over 23,000 children and parents across Europe.
Youth Aspirations in London
2 August 2010
London Councils commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake qualitative and quantitative research with Key Stage 4 pupils (aged 14-16) to investigate aspirations in young people. The research finds that most young people are optimistic about their future; more than four in five (82%) pupils say that they feel positive about their future after Year 11.
A research study among 11-16 year olds on behalf of the Sutton Trust
21 June 2010
This report covers the result of research with young people, conducted by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the Sutton Trust.
Young people and volunteering
9 June 2010
Read our report which presents findings from the 2010 Young People Omnibus Survey of secondary school pupils, carried out by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of vinspired.
Perceptions of A levels and GCSEs
22 March 2010
Annual tracking survey of teachers, parents, pupils and general public to measure perceptions of A levels and GCSEs.
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