Students not showering after sports, they can develop an unnatural relationship to the body, warns the Danish school sports.
Idrætstimen is over, and there's sweat on the forehead and under the armpits.
Yet drop many of the oldest pupils in primary school to go in the bath afterwards.
according to new figures from the organisation of Danish school sports, and TrygFonden.
Here is the equivalent of 43 percent of idrætslærerne that the students in udskolingen go to the bathroom 'every time' or 'almost every time' after idrætstimen.
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the Rest matches 'never', 'rarely' or 'do not know'.
the Numbers one regret, Preben Hansen, who is sports teacher at Rantzausminde School Svendborg and president of the Danish Skoleidræts technical committee.
"It is a problem, both from a hygiejnemæssigt point of view and because the young people develop a kind of kropsforskrækkethed," he says.
When the young people do not see each other undressed, it can according to Preben Hansen give some delusions about what is normal and abnormal.
"In the bath teaches students to socialize with each other and see that we can act Onwin as people, regardless of whether one is red or dark-haired, a little thick or very thick, has big or small tits, a big or a small buttocks."
While it is especially the students in udskolingen – 6. grade and up – who jumps the bath over, the problem is somewhat less in the attendance and in the secondary.
this can be 85 percent of the teachers answer in the affirmative, to the students 'every time' or 'almost every time' bathe after idrætstimen.
the Danish Community did a similar study back in 2017, and it showed basically the same trend.
Preben Hansen believes that it is a 'pattern that has taken hold', and that it will be a 'long haul to make up with'.
But it is necessary, and it starts with the parents, he says.
"There are no children born to sexuality."
"It's something we teach them. If we can teach them that, then we can also unlearn it, if we think it is important."
"we think that it is. Body awareness and daring to be his own body aware is important," says Preben Hansen.
the Study is based on responses from sports teachers in 420 schools across the country.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 00:01