Academic Pressure in Children, Young People and Their Families: Expectations Vs Results - How Do We Cope?

  • Younger children may experience nightmares or exhibit difficult behaviours. They can refuse to attend school. Struggling to concentrate in lessons / whilst preparing for their exams, loss of interest in their day-to-day activities and hobbies can lead to gradually withdrawal and social isolation.

       

    Such a topical topic as GCSE fever hits our nation! Today's world is increasingly competitive and unforgiving. There is tremendous pressure on children, young people and their families to ensure better exam results and academic outcomes. Understandably, parents, educators and politicians consider this topic high priority. Multiple exam preparatory businesses are found just round the corner and online. Parents are willing to invest huge amounts of money to further their child's education.

     

     Read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/dr-ramya-mohan/academic-pressure-in-children_b_9806602.html

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