It is "no wonder" more athletes went to private schools than state funded facilities, as they have better access to sports equipment and playing fields, the head of an inner city school told Good Morning Britain.
Serge Cefai, head of London's Sacred Heart School, said it was unfair parents were threatened with arrest if their child was obese and school meals were "micro-managed" while state school pupils were denied access to playing fields.
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