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Pupil Voice – Extra-curricular Clubs. Reception Data Results. How many clubs do they go to. Clubs they go to. Do they play for the school. More Reception Results. Do they want more clubs. How they describe their clubs. Which new clubs do they want. Year 1 Data Results.

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Pupil voice extra curricular clubs

Pupil Voice –

Extra-curricular Clubs


Reception data results

Reception Data Results

How many clubs do they go to

Clubs they go to

Do they play for the school


More reception results

More Reception Results

Do they want more clubs

How they describe their clubs

Which new clubs do they want


Year 1 data results

Year 1 Data Results

How many clubs do they go to

Do they play for the school

Clubs they go to


More year 1 results

More Year 1 results

How they describe their clubs

Do they want more clubs

Which new clubs do they want


Year 2 data results

Year 2 Data Results

  • How many clubs do they go to

If they play for the school team

Clubs they go to


More year 2 results

More Year 2 Results

If they want more clubs at school

How they describe there clubs?

Clubs they would like at school


Year 3 data results

Year 3 Data Results


More year 3 results

More Year 3 Results

If they want more clubs at school

How they describe there clubs?

Clubs they would like at school


Year 4 data results

Year 4 Data Results

  • How many clubs do they go to

Clubs they go to

If they play for the school team


More year 4 results

More Year 4 Results

If they want more clubs at school

How they describe there clubs?

Clubs they would like at school


Pupil voice extra curricular clubs

Year 5 Data Results

Amount of clubs

Clubs we go to


More year 5 results

More Year 5 Results

How do they describe the clubs?

Do they want more clubs

New clubs they want at school


Year 6 data results

Year 6 Data Results

How many clubs do they go to

Clubs they go to

Do they play for the school


More year 6 results

More Year 6 Results

How they describe their clubs

Do they want more clubs

Which new clubs do they want


Conclusion for ks 2

Conclusion for KS 2

  • Years 3 to 5 most people go to 0,1 or 2 clubs where as in year 6 most people go to 3 or 4 clubs.

  • The most popular clubs were: dance, tennis, art, Chinese, football, rugby, netball, radio, entrepreneurial, craft and cricket.

  • In year 3 and 4 no children play for a school team, whereas most children play for a school team.

  • Most children described their clubs as interesting fun and exciting.

  • Most children said they would like to go to more clubs and the most popular suggestions were : Gym, singing, athletics, hockey, rounders, table tennis, book club, cooking, golf, cycling and basket ball.


Conclusion for fp

Conclusion for FP

  • Most people go to 0 or 1 club.

  • Tennis and Art are the most popular-because they’re the only ones.

  • No children are in the school team.

  • Most children described their clubs as interesting fun, really good, exciting and sticky.

  • Suggestions for more clubs were karate, dance and infant football.


Questions

Questions

  • Should there be more clubs for children lower down the school?

  • Should there be more team sports for year 3 and 4?

  • Is it possible to have hockey and athletics for KS 2 ?

  • Is it possible to have karate, infant football and dance for FP ?


Thank you for listening

THANK YOU FOR LISTENING


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