Children Aged

Some articles on children, children aged:

CBBC
... CBBC (a contraction of the original name Children's BBC) is one of two brand names used for the BBC's children's television strands ... Between 1985 and 2002, CBBC was the name given to all the BBC's programmes on TV for children aged under 14 ... CBBC is the name given to the digital channel for children aged 4–12, and also the brand used for CBBC programming on BBC One and CBeebies is the digital channel ...
Truru - Education
... Penair School — a state school, co-educational science college, for children aged 11–16 ... — a state school, co-educational technology college, for children aged 11–16 ... School — a small, privately run co-educational school for children aged 3–16 ...
National Traffic And Motor Vehicle Safety Act - Specific Public Health Concerns
... Child-restraint used in 1996 was 85% for children aged less than 1 year and 60% for children aged 1–4 years ... From 1975 to 1997, deaths among children aged less than 5 years had decreased 30% to 3.1 per 100,000 population, but rates for age groups 5–15 years had declined by only 11%-13 ... as 80% of users In addition, parents failed to recognize the need for booster seats for children who were too large for child seats but not large ...
Linton, Cambridgeshire
... At the Bartlow end of the village is Linton Junior School (teaching children aged from 7 to 11) ... Linton Infants School is in the middle of the village, for children aged 4 to 7, while Linton Village College is alongside the main Haverhill-to-Cambri ...
Child Labor - History - Early 1900s
... Children as young as three were put to work ... A high number of children also worked as prostitutes ... Many children (and adults) worked 16-hour days ...

Famous quotes containing the words aged and/or children:

    The hare grows old as she plays in the sun
    And gazes around her with eyes of brightness;
    Before the swift things that she dreamed of were done
    She limps along in an aged whiteness....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Live free, child of the mist,—and with respect to knowledge we are all children of the mist.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)