Independent: Our children rank amongst the most obese in Europe, and only 19pc are getting the recommended one hour of daily vigorous activity. So should we have more exercise on our school curriculum? Third level students Claire Sexton, Juliette Fortune, Roisin Kavanagh & Sarah Murphy make the case for PE.
According to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, physical education (PE) in schools contributes to children's overall development by helping them to lead full, active and healthy lives. Here, Sports Science and Health students from DCU share some insights on the current state of PE. Read article