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School competitive team sports move unveiled


www.grub4life.org.uk today reports that competitive team sports will be made compulsory for all primary school children in England, Prime Minister David Cameron has said. 17-08-2012

A draft new curriculum this autumn would require participation in sports such as football, hockey and netball.

Mr Cameron has been urged to set out how he intends to secure a sporting legacy from the London 2012 Olympics.

Labour leader Ed Miliband has called on political parties to work together on a 10-year plan to boost sports activity.

Damian Hinds, Conservative MP for East Hampshire, said competitive sport taught children "the power of a team, pushing yourself, and learning that life involves losing some things as well as winning".

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