Fri 9 May 2014, The Daily Telegraph

Summer-born children 'allowed to delay start of school'

By Graeme Paton
Guidance from the Department for Education says that summer-born children can start school reception classes at the age of five - rather than the usual age of four - but parents' groups say it does not go far enough
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