Poorer Children Struggle At School

A charity says poorer children in Scotland are twice as likely to struggle when they start primary school.

Save The Children did the research. 

It says they're 40 per cent more likely to have problems learning.

Poorer children are twice as likely as others to have problems with physical development, twice as likely to have emotional difficulties when starting school and twice as likely to struggle with communication, including expressing themselves or making themselves understood.

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