Bullying is biggest secondary fear

1st December 2000 at 00:00
BEING bullied is the biggest worry pupils face as they move from primary to secondary school, according to a new survey.

Around a third of the 781 children interviewed by the Scripture Union said they were scred of being picked on by older children, while getting lost was another major concern. The Christian charity is bringing out a magazine called It's Your Move to help children prepare to change schools.

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