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News: Breaktime running ‘can speed up pupils’ thinking’

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PE lessons and active breaktimes could have a positive effect on pupils’ learning, researchers claim. Their study suggests that quick bursts of physical activity speed up teenagers’ brain function. We link to articles on ensuring safety during breaktimes and managing PE provision in school.

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