Sight links poor readers

30th April 2004 at 01:00
A study by an optometrist of 72 seven-year-olds in Elmrise primary school, Bournemouth, found that 80 per cent of pupils achieving below the expected level, could not focus on pages as well as other, higher-achieving children because of eye-sight problems.

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