Third of primary school children ‘cannot ride a bike’, survey finds Only a fifth of children surveyed by Keep Britain Tidy said they would rather be on a digital device than playing outside.

18 July, 2018
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A third of primary school children have never been taught how to ride a bike, according to new research.

And almost half have never climbed a tree or played with a frisbee, the Keep Britain Tidy survey found.

However, almost two thirds said they were most happy when exploring outside and three quarters would like to spend more time outdoors, the environmental charity said.  Full article