1 in 3 primary FSM pupils learning for an hour a day

Tes reports …

More than a third (36 per cent) of pupils at primary level eligible for free school meals and a quarter (26 per cent) at secondary level are spending just an hour or less on school work a day since schools closed, a new survey by the University of Sussex has revealed.

The study found a widespread home schooling “shortage” among both primary and secondary students, but with “worrying” differences between more and less advantaged students, especially at secondary level.

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