Source: BBC Scotland
A Stirling primary school has pioneered a scheme to ensure all of its pupils walk or run a mile every day.
Children at St Ninian’s Primary take the daily exercise on a specially built circuit outside the school’s playground.
The „daily mile“ scheme is credited with improving the health of pupils, and a number of other schools are now looking at copying it.
The extra 15 minutes of exercise a day is in addition to PE classes.
Head teacher Elaine Wyllie said the scheme was developed three years ago after a school volunteer realised the children lacked stamina.
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