Tue, 28 Aug 2012 6:36p.m.
A Sydney primary school has been criticised for banning handstands, somersaults and cartwheels.
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31/08/2012 5:33:39 a.m.
jan simmons wrote:
OMG! hahahahaha! what has happened to society? fear and control are taking over play and freedom. this is just ridiculous. what a pack of killjoys.
29/08/2012 10:38:18 a.m.
Deb Wharfe wrote:
Being born causes death, they could ban that too and save a great deal of money.
29/08/2012 9:30:13 a.m.
What a load of b..sht If kids don't participate in those sort of activities on a regular basis they will be more likely to hurt them selfs. Imagine the amount of muscles required to do a cartwheel, it has got to be good for the kids to keep being kids, physical benefits outway the risk of a skinned knee.
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