Lockdowns may be affecting speech among children
  • One year of lockdowns has impacted young children's language skills, finds a research.
  • Data from 50,000 pupils and a survey of schools across England have shown an increased number of four- and five-year-olds needing help with language.
  • Evidence has shown that poor speech development can have long-term effects on learning, too.
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