- St Ninians school in Stirling, Scotland, has run the scheme for three years
- Researchers are deciding if the scheme should be adopted across the UK
- One in 10 children are obese when they start school, aged four or five
- Dozens of other primaries across Britain have already adopted the scheme
A primary school is making all children run a ‘daily mile’ in a bid to improve their fitness and focus their minds.
Teachers have sent pupils out every day to walk or run a mile for the last three years, and claims none is overweight as a result.
Researchers from Stirling University are undertaking a study of St Ninians in the city to determine whether the daily mile should be adopted nationwide.
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