Recruitment will take place between May 2014 and February 2016. Children will be referred to the trial by a member of school staff who knows the child well (e.g. a class teacher or Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO)) and who has concerns about the child’s behaviour. Chance UK has well-established relationships with many primary schools in five London boroughs in which the service has been operating, and will be responsible for sourcing referrals from schools.
The sample will be drawn from approximately 100 mainstream primary schools and children’s centres across the two trial sites in England: Birmingham (c.80) and Somerset (c.20). The former is a large ethnically diverse city while the latter is a large rural county (the trial involves two large towns in the county). The vast majority of referrals (> 90%) are expected to come from schools rather than children’s centres.
Oleksandr Usyk is hoping his help will see Isaac Chamberlain win his 'British Beef' battle with Lawrence Okolie. Usyk sparred the unbeaten Brixton cruiserweight as he prepared for the World Boxing Super Series semi-final that saw him out-point Mairis Briedis in a sensational Saturday night showdown. It was the second time Chamberlain had joined him in camp out in Ukraine and the London 2012 gold medallist expects his sparring partner to come out on top at The O2, on February 3, live on Sky Sports.
@LDNOverground You have never replied to a tweet anyway 🤷🏻♂️ Maybe your feed has been cancelled due to predicted bad tweets? 🤔 Is your train ‘service’ going to be working for the evening rush-hour? 🚞🤣
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