Some children in Wales aren't achieving their full potential at school because they're living in poverty, according to a report by Save the Children.
The charity claims that by the time they're studying for GCSEs, there is a 34% gap in attainment between children living in low income households and their better off classmates. **
The Welsh Government says one of its priorities is reducing the impact of poverty on educational attainment.
Mary Powell-Chandler is the Head of Save the Children in Wales, and she says this new report presents some important findings.
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