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PriME (Preterm birth: impact on maths and education) is a study which aims to learn more about the outcomes of children who were born premature once they start school. They hope the findings will provide important information, which can then be used to inform public policy and education planning.

You can get involved by completing their short survey, and sharing your experience of your child reaching school age if they were born premature. The survey asks you to consider:

  • How ready you felt they were to start school.
  • Whether you tried to delay their school start; and if you were successful.
  • How you feel their prematurity has affected how they have coped with starting school, if at all.
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