The case of Annie Woodland is likely to have a major impact on school activities in the UK, according to exports. In 2000, at age 10, Woodland nearly drowned during a  required school swimming lesson. She suffered life altering brain injuries as a result. Now, "the Supreme Court - overturning previous court decisions which backed the local education authority - unanimously ruled the council was ultimately responsible for Miss Woodland’s care even if it had hired a private company to carry out swimming lessons," states The Telegraph. Experts worry that this could set a dangerous precedent that goes even beyond aquatics. Read More