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Survey about students lifestyles C.L.O.S.E (Comparing Lifestyles of Students in Europe) Comenius Project 2011-2013 Scoil Iósaif Naofa, IRELAND.

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1 Survey about students lifestyles C.L.O.S.E (Comparing Lifestyles of Students in Europe) Comenius Project Scoil Iósaif Naofa, IRELAND

2 Context Fifth ad Sixth classes were asked to fill out questionnaire 47 pupils completed it Sixth classes analysed results as parts of maths curriculum, learning how to tally results and present them in chart/ graph form Pupils enabled to format survey results in Excel format, learning how to present information as graphs

3 Recreation Pupils were surveyed on time spent on homework, watching television, on computer, reading and time pupils were going to bed. Results were analysed from Monday to Friday

4 Total time spent on Computer in a week (Mon-Fri)

5 Total time spent watching TV, Monday-Friday

6 Total time spent on homework per week

7 Time Students go to bed (Sunday-Thursday)

8 Average time spend reading per day Monday - Friday

9 Hobbies and Extra Curricular Activities Pupils were enabled to identify the extra curricular activities they took part in Activities were recorded according to how many times each week they were done. For example if soccer training was attended twice in a week by same pupil it received two ticks on initial tally sheet

10 Extra-curricular activities

11 School Transport

12 Food Weekly eating habits were surveyed recording food eaten for breakfast, lunch (at school), dinner, afternoon snack and sweets Meat dishes for dinner for the most part were served with potatoes, rice or chips

13 Breakfast

14 Lunch Due to a healthy eating policy in our school, it is great to see such a small number of children bringing sweets or chocolate We do however want to also reduce further the amount of biscuits and cereal bars being consumed due to their high sugar content

15 Lunch

16 Dinner

17 Afternoon snack

18 Sweets, chips, soft drinks etc. One interesting result was shows that although most children consume these types of food each week, the majority have at least one day without a no sugary/ high fat snack.

19 Sweets, chips, soft drinks etc.


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