Hip Hop and Healthy Week Evaluation 2014

Results of evaluation from all the children who took part:

The children liked these best:   


Number of children: The children could vote as many times as they liked for each activity.

Number of children: The children could only vote ONCE for their favourite.

Line dancing

126 8


186 38

Rugby- Rec and Y1

88 9


168 27

Football- Rec only

57 17
Fun Fit 169 13

Multi-games- Lee Sterry

99 15


129 21

Hula hoop

172 57

 New age curling

77 7


38 3

Volleyball- KS2

43 3

Tchoukball- KS2

42 2

Farm to Fork trip- KS2

54 5


To make it more exciting the children would like:


  • Trampoline
  • Javelin
  • Bowling
  • Skipping
  • Mini-Olympics
  • Ballet
  • Hula hooping


  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Hula Hoop
  • Volleyball
  • Dodgeball
  • Football
  • Baseball
  • Netball
  • BMX show
  • Gymnastics
  • Ice skating


  • Gymnastics
  • Ballet
  • Football
  • Dodgeball
  • BMX show
  • Hula Hoop
  • Rounders
  • Rugby
  • badminton


Hip Hop and Healthy week 2014 was a huge success with all the children having fun and laughing along the way. We ended our week with a whole school picnic and sports day, which was enjoyed by all. All of the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and we had lots of positive feedback from everyone. They really enjoyed having the opportunity to have their breakfast at school and to then watch the BMX show. Hula Hopping was a huge success with the majority of children wanting it back again next year or even as an afterschool club. I included a trip for KS2 to visit Tesco to learn about a healthy lifestyle too. The Year 2 children also got the opportunity to go to Durham Cricket Ground to watch the T20 blast on the Friday due to their impeccable behaviour on their school trip.

Next year we want to aim to include even more fun and unique activities by extending our week to two weeks so I can target all age groups and provide quality access to new and exiting activities. The children are already excited for next year!

Mrs Appleby