Half of pupils who get low grades in GCSEs already judged to be behind at age 5, study finds

Assessments of children as early as age three and five are powerful predictors of who will go on to fail to secure good GCSE results in English language and math, a major study has revealed. Just under a half (48%) of teenagers who fail to secure standard passes in these core subjects were identified as falling behind by teachers at age 5.

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