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News: Breakfast clubs ‘boost primary pupils’ progress’

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Breakfast clubs boost primary pupils’ progress in reading, writing and maths by two months, new research has found. It also improves pupils’ concentration, which in turn benefits pupils who did not attend the club. A separate study found project-based learning may worsen outcomes for some pupils.

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