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Miranda Krestovnikoff comes to the rescue of primary NQT Aaron Wright, who works at a school in east London. He wants some advice on staying fit and healthy and preparing for a forthcoming karate tournament.

Miranda first seeks advice from the Green Goddess, former TV fitness icon Diana Moran. Diana offers some exercises designed to fit into the school day and explains the importance of eating a healthy breakfast. Miranda then visits Neil Shah, chief executive and founder of the Stress Management Society. He passes on some breathing techniques and an energising exercise.

Finally Miranda catches up with Hazel Bennett, author of The Ultimate Teachers' Handbook and experienced teacher of 30 years to hear her advice on staying fit and healthy as a busy teacher. Will this advice help Aaron stay fighting fit?

Part of the series: They Didn't Teach Me That

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