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Tips to deal with stress of SATs

As exam season returns, a study of more than 1,000 primary school pupils found that more than half worry that doing badly could set them up for failure in the future.

Market research from the firm Opinion Matters also found that a fifth of parents said their child's behaviour got worse during the exam period.

Child psychologist Dr Amanda Gummer and head teacher and Ofsted inspector Andrew Truby share their tips to help children deal with the stress of exams.

  • 11 May 2015
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