Maths advantage for pupils who read for pleasure
Children who read for pleasure are likely to do better in maths and English than those who rarely read in their free time, research suggests.
The study, by the Institute of Education, London University, examined the reading habits of 6,000 children.
It indicated reading for pleasure was more important to a child's development than how educated their parents were.
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