More primary PE specialists urged

6th April 2001 at 01:00
Christine Watson, Glasgow's primary PE co-ordinator, urged MSPs to support more primary specialists. She warned that many children may not be receiving their minimum entitlement of 56 minutes a wek.

"Many primary schools now operate a PE programme of one period per week, which is sometimes cut if the communal hall is needed for something more important," Mrs Watson said.

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