Finnish schools are moving on up

Under the Finnish Schools on the Move programme, classes are cut shorter so that students can have more breaks to play outside.

IT seems like your average classroom, until a head pops up from behind the stationery station in the corner.

With a glare - understandably put out that her happy reading is being interrupted - the young pupil returns to her book in her private pad.

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