According to a study undertaken by the University of Sheffield on the reasons for the children’s performance in their study, with particular reference to their reading,maths and vocabulary tests,the study has revealed that children of sociable parents like politicians, voluntary groups or religious organisations, fare better in the examinations than the other students.
The results suggest that lack of social interaction may have adverse intergenerational effects in terms of educational attainment.
Children of parents who engage in relatively low level of social interaction attain relatively low scores in reading, maths and vocabulary, according to the study’s lead author Prof.Sarah Brown.
Those children who are poor in study no longer need to curse themselves or suffer punishment in the classroom and they can simply escape by pointing out an accusing finger upon their parents, who are less sociable and interactive. What a pleasant way to escape from the rigours of a classroom !!