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Primary friend study finds class, not ethnicity, divide | BBC News

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Nearly all the children taking part in the survey had friendships across different ethnic groups and class backgrounds, but when asked about best friends there were fewer across different social classes.

Things were different outside the classroom, the report said, because their parents ‘managed their friendships out of school’.

Read more on the BBC website: Primary friend study finds class, not ethnicity, divide | BBC News

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