Public friendly booklet "The Healthy Primary School of the Future"

The first results of the project "The Healthy Primary School of the Future" are summarized in a public-friendly booklet. The effects are more than encouraging: children have started to behave more vitally and more socially. The book is intended to inspire schools and to share knowledge in the hope that many schools will follow this example.

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