Kids 'hide talents from bullies'

Kids 'hide talents from bullies'

London : United Kingdom | Nov 18, 2012 at 5:44 PM PST
Source: BBC
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Pupils hiding talents from bullies, survey suggests Some children said they stopped doing activities because they feared bullying Some children are hiding their talents and skills in school for fear of being bullied, research has suggested. Nearly half of UK children have played down a talent because... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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