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Impact and Progress

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.

Get Set Go Impact and Progress - Autumn 2019 Highlights

  • 95% of pupils gave the club 9 or 10/10 for enjoyment.
  • Some of the things the children said they enjoyed were; choosing healthy food to eat, creating their own games, playing food related games, leaning more about their teeth and bodies, making different food, getting fit, doing exercise, dodge ball, weekly one-minute challenges, learning new games, working with the year 6 leaders, playing Endball, eating different healthy food, shuttle relays, playing the food pyramid game and fitness activities.
  • 100% of the children recorded things they had got better at including; playing different games, skipping, running, shuttle runs, making a variety of food, eating new food, making healthy snacks at home, doing more exercise at home, one-minute challenges, aiming beanbags in a hoop, bouncing a ball quickly, naming foods in different groups, planning a healthy meal and looking after their teeth.
  • 95% of children named food they had tried for the first time.
  • 100% of the children have made healthy snacks at home
  • 95% pupils would definitely like to attend the club again

Highlights from the parent questionnaire. Results from 12 completed.

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

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

  • Helping with building a love of cooking for life
  • Building an interest in food
  • Giving children a working knowledge of healthy food consumption
  • Building an awareness of sugar/fat quantities in food
  • Giving extra physical exercise in the day
  • Making new friends
  • Gained confidence with trying new foods and helping in the kitchen
  • Improved physical abilities and stamina
  • Awareness of healthy eating and the importance of a balanced diet
  • Good influence it has on what children are eating at home
  • Talking about healthy behaviours, the things it is healthy to eat and about being active.
  • Learning the importance of the food groups and enabling children to express views on what they like and dislike
  • Knowledge gained from learning about the different food groups
  • Grown in confidence socially and improved kitchen skills
  • Aids keenness to help with food preparation at home
  • Awareness of healthy living and eating
  • Improved understanding about why we need to eat healthy snacks
  • Recognising different food groups and learning about new recipes and snacks both at school and at home
  • More aware of healthy snacks
  • Enjoying making food

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.

Children created adverts which demonstrated a good understanding of the importance of eating healthily.

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 returned their postcards showing healthy snacks they had made at home. Other children were able to talk about numerous healthy snacks they now eat regularly at home.

There is a display in the food technology room celebrating the children as food experts and healthy eating month

Get Set Go Impact and Progress - Summer 2019 Highlights

  • 90% of pupils gave the club 10/10 for enjoyment.
  • 18 pupils gave the club 10/10 for enjoyment
  • Some of the things the children said they enjoyed were; Get Wet Go (water activities week), food games, kwick cricket, endball, dodge ball, learning new games, eating different healthy food, playing games like ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’, having healthy picnic food, playing the food pyramid game, fitness activities and shuttle relays.
  • 100% of the children recorded things they had got better at including; how to cook, eating healthy food, running, catching, hitting a ball, endball, kwick cricket, eating new food, cricket, being healthier and jumping over hurdles.
  • 80% of children recorded food they had tried for the first time.
  • 100% of the children have made healthy snacks at home
  • 90% pupils would definitely like to attend the club again

Highlights from the parent questionnaire. Results from 17 completed.

  • 94% of parents said if their child was offered a place again in the future they would attend again. The one who said no is due to another commitment on a Tuesday.
  • 100% of parents said their children were making snacks at home

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

  • Making children more confident with physical activity.
  • Giving children a better self-image.
  • Building friendships and confidence.
  • Social aspect making friends
  • Giving ideas for healthy snacks and great for socialising with new children.
  • Confidence in knowing how to stay healthy and prepare food.
  • Enjoyment and confidence working in a group and making friendships.
  • Increased knowledge of food groups.
  • Learning how to make healthy food.
  • Being more active.
  • Eating different healthy snacks.
  • Building a positive attitude to an after-school club.
  • Teaching about food labels and being mindful of the amount of unhealthy snacks he eats.
  • Helps make choices for healthy food.
  • Understanding the need for healthy food
  • Changing eating habits e.g eating less sweets or chocolate and more fruit and vegetables
  • Gaining confidence
  • Having the confidence to eat new food
  • Teaching about the traffic lights on food
  • Becoming more confident.
  • Knowing what is good for you and what is bad.

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 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.

18 children returned their healthy eating month challenge tracker

Get Set Go Impact and Progress - Spring 2019 Highlights

  • 96% of pupils gave the club 10/10.
  • Some of the things the children recorded they enjoyed most were; cooking healthy snacks, playing fun games, working with sports leaders, making their own food, eating healthy snacks together, dodge ball, end ball, learning to skip and playing food games.
  • 100% of the children recorded things they had got better at, including; shuttle runs, skipping, catching, keeping on going at running, knowing the food groups, end ball, skipping backwards, aiming, cooking and working in a team.
  • Many children recorded food they had tried for the first time including; wholemeal bagels, healthy beans, wholemeal pitta bread and cream cheese.
  • 90% of the children have made healthy snacks at home
  • 100% pupils would definitely like to attend the club again.

Highlights from the parent questionnaire. Results from 17 completed.

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

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

  • Creating an interest in food and cooking
  • Building confidence
  • Children becoming more aware of healthy food.
  • Gaining an awareness of what is healthy and what is not
  • Learning to play new games
  • Learning new sports
  • Trying new food
  • Wanting to replicate recipes at home
  • Helps develop independence when choosing what to eat.
  • Learning about the relationship between healthy eating and using healthy ingredients
  • Getting involved more at home with cooking
  • Interest in exercise
  • Recipe ideas
  • Working with different children
  • An improvement in fitness levels
  • Learning about different food groups
  • Enjoying cooking and baking
  • Having fun in a learning environment
  • Willingness to try new foods

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 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.

17 children returned their postcards showing what they had created at home