Pupils with English as a second language ‘outperform native speakers’

The Telegraph – Department for Education figures show that pupils who have English as a second language are more likely to gain the “English Baccalaureate” than native speakers.

The Independent – Students with English as a second language ‘outperform native speakers’ in GCSEs.

GOV.UK – GCSE and equivalent attainment by pupil characteristics.

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