Sat 19 July 2014, The Daily Telegraph

Many children 'unable to hold a pencil or sit still' at five

By Graeme Paton
Sally Goddard Blythe, an expert in early education, recommends screening children for basic physical problems at five, saying developmental difficulties can have a major bearing on later academic results
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