Back in the swim

31st January 2003 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Eight-year-olds at Seaton primary in Aberdeen are among the first in the city to enjoy the benefits of curriculum swimming after it was axed to save money more than six years ago. A Scottish Executive windfall has allowed all P4 pupils the chance to learn Meanwhile,a national survey has revealed that almost half of 11-year-olds leave primary lacking confidence in the water. Photograph by KATE SUTHERLAND


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