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News: After-school clubs 'boost attainment for disadvantaged pupils'

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After-school clubs can help close gaps in attainment between disadvantaged pupils and their peers, new research suggests. The study also found that attendance at clubs can improve pupils' social skills. It suggests clubs could be an “affordable” way of closing attainment gaps.

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