Young worry

8th March 1996 at 00:00
Schoolwork is the biggest worry for children aged between seven and 14 according to a BBC survey for the Short Change programme.

More than a third said that it was the biggest worry in their lives compared with a quarter who had problems with friends and 16 per cent with their families. Nearly 25 per cent thought there was too much pressure from exams and tests.

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