Children from rich families more active than poorer peers – Sport England survey

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Study found 15% of children from poorest families were active every day, compared with 22% of richest

Children from the richest families are more active than those from less affluent families, new figures from Sport England show, prompting calls for a more collective effort to make sport more accessible for all children.

The findings reveal the scale of the challenge to help the nation’s children be more active, the sports governing body said.

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