Health is the top priority

14th May 2004 at 01:00
I agree that physical education is extremely important, especially in an age where children exercise much less outside of school hours. Most children play less outside and no longer walk to school.

However, is it any wonder that primary schools cannot fit enough PE into the curriculum? There are far too many subjects, too many tests and not enough time.

Nothing is more important than health. Qualifications are good, but health must come first.

Cindy Silvester 11a Bride Street TodmordenLancashire

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