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30 June 2017
18 March 2016-
A primary school where children are made to run a mile every day has proved so successful in tackling obesity it could soon be introduced nationwide.
Teachers at St Ninians school in Stirling have sent pupils out for the daily run for the last four years and claim it has improved their behaviour as well as their fitness.
Given the popularity of the scheme, a campaign has now been launched to persuade all primary schools across the UK to copy the model. Read the full story here.