no if you right to the school.
so children can be active
pull them away from school work
I think soccer4gotten soul....
Spanish children will often go for a drink or coffee after school if they are old enough. Younger children may have tutoring after school, or sports they participate in.
It depends on how well you play. Being on the sports team and doing well will help get you into a better college.
If sports weren't compulsory then children would never have a lesson to look forward to the most. Sports also keeps children who don't normally get to exercise outside of school fit.
A speech to school children on sports day might be one of motivation and excitement. The speaker could give children who might not otherwise be involved in sports the motivation to try out and see what they are good at.
yes! because if you take the school sports away then the kids will become obese or overweight! the more exercise, the more fit that kid or kids will be!
The school with a lot of banner's and good at sports. also a school that is a very good school for children because of there teaching skills. I am going there!!!!!!!!
100% unless ur a fatty
No, children should enjoy being outdoors to play sports but certainly not forced.