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One in three parents say homework is not helpful to children in primary school
More than a third of parents do not think homework in primary school is helpful to their children, a report suggests. Homework is a “huge cause of stress” for many families – and for children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) it can be detrimental to their health, feedback to Ofsted says.
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