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School starting age: the evidence

Children in Northern Ireland start school at the age of four; in the Irish Republic it’s six. And in much of Europe, it’s seven. Does an early start lead to better outcomes? Cambridge researcher David Whitebread explains why children may need more time to develop before their formal education begins in earnest. 

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