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Pupils' satisfaction declines in secondary school.

Pupils' satisfaction declines in secondary school.

A study has revealed that pupils’ life satisfaction declines in secondary school, with girls’ satisfaction declining faster than boys’ when they leave primary school.

The research, by education data website SchoolDash and school survey website Edukit, found that while pupils’ life satisfaction is relatively high in Year 3 – with pupils reporting an average score of 7.8 out of 10 – by Year 7 the average score had fallen to 7.2.

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