Reading for pleasure...boring or beneficial? - Derby

According to a new study from the Institute of Education, children between the ages of 10 to 16 who read for pleasure make more progress in maths, vocabulary, and spelling than those who rarely read.
Surprisingly, reading for pleasure was found to be more important for cognitive development than their parent's level of education.
But in this age of YouTube, Xbox, Playstation and kids even read anymore?
Derby-based private tutor Leonie Mucodi told BBC Radio Derby's Lee Pinkerton that she has noticed a decline.

Release date:


4 minutes

This clip is from