WELL I never. Schools that [...]

Peter Hitchens
October 2015
Mail on Sunday;10/4/2015, p33
WELL I never. Schools that introduce the Daily Mile - encouraging children to walk or run a mile during school time - report more attentive, happier pupils who look as children used to look before we locked them in cars and houses and abandoned them to TVs and computer screens.


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