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Sounds very much like a normal reception child to be honest. It takes far mor muscle control to sit still than it does to run around the playground. I would probably consider putting a movement coordination programme in place. If your LEA has a DCD team they could advice.
There is much much more to ADHD than squirming and the fact he hasn't learn the names of shapes or to recognise whole words and I say that as the mother of a son diagnosed with ADHD and a SENCO.
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