Disabled Leatherhead children inspire with their ‚Daily Mile‘
Source: Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser
Children at a Leatherhead school for children with disabilities have inspired a head teacher who is campaigning to get children to be more active.
Students at Woodlands School are already taking part in The Daily Mile campaign, founded by award-winning teacher Elaine Wyllie, which encourages children to run for 15 minutes every day, averaging a mile distance.
She visited the school on May 25 to meet staff and members of CSH Surrey’s nursing and therapy teams.
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