This week was Anti-bullying week and to raise awareness of this issue, Lauren Seager-Smith from the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) wrote a piece that exposes a research and case studies that show how much can bullying affect children’s life performance as they are scared of being talented and brilliant.
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By Linda Sharkey | | Friday, 23 November 2012 at 5:43 pm
At this time of year tens of thousands of excited young people are busy packing kettles and ironing boards ready for next term while others are desperately scrambling through Clearing in the hope that they might, just might, get a place to study something – anything – in a higher education institution a long way from home even if it’s only Horology with Romanian at the University of NeverHeardOfIt.
A-Level results day in the British press traditionally means two things: choruses of moaning about grade inflation and dumbing-down, and wall-to-wall pictures of attractive blonde girls jumping in the air.
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