WHEN a school volunteer told headteacher Elaine Wyllie her pupils were unfit, she decided to do something about it.
The 60-year-old, then in charge of St Ninian’s Primary in Stirling, took her P6 class outside and asked them to jog around the school playing field .
Many of them struggled to make it all the way around. It was then that the Daily Mile was born.
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