One of the most comprehensive surveys ever-conducted with intermediate-aged Pasifika children aims to gather insights to paint a vivid picture of their lives, in particular the impact of Covid-19.
Growing Up in New Zealand families experienced a high degree of movement between housing tenure and income bands during their child’s first four years of life.
Australasia’s largest Covid-19 survey of children: lockdowns are socially and emotionally challenging, but children are resilient
Children have displayed strength in the face of adversity according to one of the world’s largest surveys looking at the impact of Covid-19 restrictions on children’s health, wellbeing and education.
New research has looked at the impact of health-related parenting behaviours, such as food, smoking, screen time and physical activity, on children in the Growing Up in New Zealand longitudinal study.
Growing Up in New Zealand is offering participants the opportunity to complete their questionnaires in te reo for the first time.
Mt Eden 12-year old Kanoa MacFie is a fluent te reo speaker, a passionate waka ama paddler, and a proud participant in this country’s largest longitudinal study, Growing Up in New Zealand.
New Zealand’s largest longitudinal study of child development is about to launch the most comprehensive collection of data ever conducted with intermediate-aged children in this country.
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Foundation Director, Professor Susan Morton, talks about how Growing Up in New Zealand research is translated into action to benefit child wellbeing in the real world.
Growing Up in New Zealand researcher, Dr Jin Russell, works at the coalface of children’s health and says poverty has a major effect on childhood development as well as contributing to illness.