Taking it personally

27th August 2004 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Politicians may say the key stage 2 tests exist to judge schools, not individuals, but children at Mayhill school in Odiham, Hampshire, could not help worrying about their own scores. Front, Emily White (on floor) and Nicole Oliver (on chair); behind (left-right) Kayle Miles, Josh Duce, Claudia Nightingale, Matt Lee and Katy Sworn. Photograph by RUSSELL SACH

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