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Impact and Progress

Get Set Go Impact and Progress – Spring 2022 Highlights

  • 94% of pupils who attended the club gave the club at least 8/10 for enjoyment with 78% giving it 10/10
  • Some of the things the children said they enjoyed most were; making healthy snacks, playing Endball and keeping fit, working with the year 6 leaders, trying new food, doing challenges with their team, the one-minute challenges, healthy eating games, the food pyramid game, making their own health related games, making new friends and playing What’s for Lunch Mr Wolf.
  • 100% of the children named things they got better at including: playing new games, eating healthily and making healthy choices, making healthy snacks, eating new food, raising their heart rate, getting fit and healthy, knowing the food groups, having more energy and speed, working as a team, cooking and playing games whilst working as a team.
  • The majority of children named food they had tried for the first time.
  • 78% of the children have made healthy snacks at home from the recipes sent home
  • 94% of the members would definitely like to attend the club again

Highlights from the parent questionnaire. Results from 8 completed.

  • 100% of parents said if their child was offered a place again in the future they would attend
  • 89% of parents said their children were making snacks at home

The parents listed that some of the benefits of the club were;

  • Cooking and socializing
  • Receiving new recipes
  • Positive impact on mental health
  • Learning to cook and make healthy foods
  • Loved doing the sport/football skills
  • Social skills
  • More awareness of healthy eating and exercise
  • Enjoying making healthy food at home
  • Enjoyed following recipes and creating ideas involving foods
  • Social aspect
  • Good for wellbeing - happy
  • Improves skills and builds friendships
  • Improves health and motor skills with games and activities
  • The social interaction
  • Trying new things
  • Making healthy food
  • Better knowledge of healthier food choices
  • Greater independence in the kitchen
  • Ideas for healthier dinners
  • More confident eating a range of food
  • Developing friendships
  • Improving self-esteem

Other comments

Activities and games played weekly, also showed that the children had a very good understanding of the benefits of a balanced diet and the value of eating food from different food groups.

We observed that all children had increased self-esteem and enjoyed belonging to smaller groups, where they had the chance to contribute and sometimes lead others.

8 children brought in photos of healthy snacks they had made at home. Other children were able to talk about numerous healthy snacks they now eat regularly at home.

Get Set Go Impact and Progress - Autumn 2021 Highlights

  • 100% of pupils gave the club at least 9/ 10 for enjoyment with 94% giving it 10/10.
  • Some of the things the children said they enjoyed were; eating new healthy snacks with friends, playing healthy eating games, trying new food, making healthy food, getting fit, working with the year 6 sports leaders, learning new games, making new friends, playing End Ball and learning to be healthy.
  • 100% of the children recorded things they had got better at including; playing games and naming the food groups, eating new food, making healthy snacks, getting fit and stretching more in games, playing new games, making healthy choices, eating healthily, eating brown bread, knowing what is healthy and unhealthy, eating a balanced diet, making healthy snacks at home, eating whole meal bread and wraps, getting fitter and being heathier, throwing and catching, baking healthy snacks, cooking and chopping.
  • The majority of children named food they had tried for the first time.
  • 78% of the children have made healthy snacks at home
  • 100% of the members would definitely like to attend the club again

Highlights from the parent questionnaire. Results from 14 completed.

  • 100% of parents said if their child was offered a place again in the future they would attend
  • 93% of parents said their children were making snacks at home

The parents listed that some of the benefits of the club were;

  • Encouraging children to try new healthy snacks they had never tasted before
  • Gained confidence in many areas including trying new food
  • Learning how to prepare healthy food
  • Learning about eating healthily and choosing healthier snacks
  • Learning about the importance of exercising
  • Choosing healthier snacks
  • Eating food socially with others
  • Improved understanding of healthy choices at home regarding food
  • More interest in going for walks and taking part in active pursuits
  • The longer length of the club running until 5pm
  • Good confidence builder and has helped with social skills
  • Improved independence and confidence
  • Time spent at the club cooking and preparing food
  • Children are keen to share their weekly recipes at home with family members
  • Being with friends and making new friends
  • More interest in ingredients on packets
  • Trying new food and building an interest in food
  • Learning about the different food and healthy eating
  • Improved understanding about why we need to eat healthy snacks

Other comments

Activities and games played weekly, also showed that the children had a very good understanding of the benefits of a balanced diet and the value of eating food from different food groups.

We observed that all children had increased self-esteem and enjoyed belonging to smaller groups, where they had the chance to contribute and sometimes lead others.

10 children brought in photos of healthy snacks they had made at home. Other children were able to talk about numerous healthy snacks they now eat regularly at home.