PE in Scottish schools given £5.8m boost
Physical education lessons in Scottish schools are to be improved with £5.8m from the Scottish government.
It is hoped the funds will help schools capitalise on pupils’ enthusiasm for the Commonwealth Games and golf’s Ryder Cup coming to Scotland next year.
The funding for 2014-16 supports the Scottish government’s draft Youth Sport Strategy, which has been put out for consultation.
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