Investigation of the Associations Between Physical Activity, Self-Regulation and Educational Outcomes in Childhood

Giving every child the opportunity to take part in certain types of physical activity, like swimming and ball sports, could help to close the achievement gap between the wealthy and the less advantaged.

Children who do more physical activity are likely to have stronger self-control, according to this research by the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Education.

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