Survey of parents on behalf of Transforming Lives for Good (TLG).
|· Parents with children aged 18 or under are most likely to report that they are concerned about their child making the progress they should be at school; approaching a quarter (23%) say it is their greatest concern, while more than half (52%) place it in their top three concerns.
· It is, however, less of a concern for parents with younger children, with just 20% of parents with children aged under five saying it is their greatest concern compared to 28% of parents with children aged 11-15.
· Their child being bullied by other children is also a particular concern for parents, with one in five (20%) saying it is their greatest concern, and 45% reporting it as one of their top three concerns.
· Adults with children aged 16-18 years old are most likely to say that they are not concerned by any of areas tested; one in five (22%) report not being concerned with any of the options, compared to just 6% of parents with children aged under five.
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Categories: Education | GB | Public and communities | Social
ComRes interviewed 1,041 parents with children aged 18 and under online between 3rd August and 7th August 2016. Overall data were weighted to be representative of all GB adults aged 18+.