Composite Classes, Class Size and Human Capital Accumulation

This research concludes that exposure to older peers is highly beneficial to primary school pupils in terms of attainment.

This research by the University of Strathclyde shows that children who study in composite classes – where pupils in different year groups are taught together – perform better than those in single-year cohorts.

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