Children and Parents, working towards the Eleven Plus, have a whole series of rights:
The right to have a break from doing an Eleven Plus paper a day.
The right to appreciate mum’s point, at times, but continue to argue constantly.
The right to be able to express feelings about the rest of the family.
The right to appear to prefer grandparents.
Parents have rights too:
The right to encourage study.
The right to talk about the examination.
The right not to know all the answers.
The right to want their child to do as well as possible.