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The Effects Of Age, Gender And School Type On Primary Maths And Reading Attainment

The attainment gap between summer-born babies and their older peers gradually narrows during their early education but remains significant even at the end of primary school, according to this research by education data analytics company, SchoolDash.

The disadvantage of being the youngest in an academic year at primary school has been well documented and remains a serious cause for concern for parents, many of whom choose to delay their child’s school start date. 

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