A further 31 per cent said they are led by their child, and did not push their child to get out and about more if they don’t want to, while six in 10 judge whether the kids need more exercise by how tired they are.
But 57 per cent of parents admitted noticing a significant change in their children’s behaviour when they were encouraged to exercise.
A quarter believed their children listen more after exercise, while a third of kids have improved concentration.
More than half of those polled admitted their children were much happier after some sort of physical exertion.
Just more information as to why we should be getting our children more every day active both inside and outside the classroom.
Standing desks in UK classrooms are a must.