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Researchers testing improved fitness and concentration of St. Ninian’s The Daily Mile pupils

October 27, 2015

St. Ninian's children are raving about how "The Daily Mile" improves health

From BBC News

A primary school in Stirling, Scotland has pioneered a scheme to ensure all its pupils walk or run a Mile every day.

Children at St. Ninian's take the daily exercise on a specially-built circuit outside the school's playground.

The Daily Mile program is credited with improving the health of pupils, and a number of other schools are now looking at copying it.

BBC News asked pupils what they thought of their exercise regime.

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