Students lobby to overturn sweets ban in Scotland school

03/25/2010 | Press and Journal (Aberdeen, Scotland), The

Students at a Scottish primary school are collecting signatures to encourage head teacher Gail Macfarlane to overturn rules banning sweets in the school, including one that prevents students from sharing birthday cake. Macfarlane recently adopted seven rules to encourage healthy eating in the school. Under the rules, teachers cannot hand out sweets as prizes or as rewards for good behaviour.

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