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Comment from: Ian [Visitor] Email
Its my contention that the increased rate of obesity and uptake of unhealthy lifestyles in key stage 3 and 4 (11-16 year olds) is the result of poor provision and teaching of Physical Education in schools

Would you agree?


I am sure that lack of physical education plays a part in obesity, along with children being driven to school instead of walking, and the preference for watching television or playing video games instead of playing outside.

10/19/08 @ 13:24

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