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LOOK SHARP: a children's holiday programme with a difference


, : LOOK SHARP: a children's holiday programme with a difference. Journal of Physical Education New Zealand 28(2): 23-25

With an increasing number of parents engaging in full time work in New Zealand, the need for quality holiday child care programmes outside school hours has become more evident. This need, together with a growing dissatisfaction with the quality of school physical education programmes, has prompted many parents to specifically seek out physical activity programmes for their children.

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