# By Jevin,Bree-Anna and Jake Our Mission Our mission is to show the school about the playground statistics and differences, patterns and spikes in the.

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By Jevin,Bree-Anna and Jake

Our Mission Our mission is to show the school about the playground statistics and differences, patterns and spikes in the graphs we have created and designed. and answer some questions for e.g. where do you play mostly at lunch time? do you ever want to play handball but can’t because it is full? And others.

Predictions Before this investigation we had made some predictions. Please have a look at some of these things. One of the predictions we have made was that the hockey field would have one of the most amounts of children out of the school. Another prediction we have made is that the forest would have one of the least children playing on the netball court at lunch time.

Netball Court Results 158 people do not play on the netball court only 75 people do Question: do you use the netball court at lunch time

Do You Use The Netball Court At Lunch Time? Analysis The mode of children that play on the netball court at lunch time is:15 for no and 4,9 for yes the average amount of children that play on the netball court is: 12 for no and 5 for yes the range of children that play on the netball court at lunch time is:6-22 for no and 0-15 for yes the median of children that play on the netball court at lunchtime is: 14 for no and 7 for yes According to this data most of the children at awapuni school do not use the netball court but about 15% do

Can’t Play On The Netball Court Results 151 people don’t want more room to play hand ball but 82 people Do

Do You Ever Want To Play Handball But Can’t Because Its Full Analysis The mode amount of kids that can’t play handball on the netball court because its full is:14 for no and 9 for yes The average amount of kids that can’t play handball on the netball court because its is:11 for no and 6 for yes The median amount of kids that can’t play handball on the netball court at lunch time because its full is : 14 for no and 8 for yes The range of kids that can’t play handball on the netball court at lunch time because it is full is:7-18 for no and 1-14 for yes

Where You Play mostly Results Surprisingly only 7 people play on the Hockey field and 55 people play on the playscapes

Over all Analysis Over the time of this investigation we have learnt a lot of information around the school for, example to our surprise 41 out of 93 children in the senior syndicate play on the netball court. And only 7 people play on the hockey field. Most of the children in this school play on the playscape. From all of this information we have received it has really made us think about our school community.

Surprises Surprisingly the hockey field has only 7 people that play on it and the small play scape only has 2 kids that play on it !!! Another surprise is that the forest has one of the most people that play in it. this has been a surprise for all of us.

Problems These are some of the problems we have faced during this investigation. Our surveys accidently got out late so we weren't able to collect all of the data we needed in time. And we have had some difficulties with team work as did all the other teams.

Recommendations 82 people want to play handball but can’t play hand ball on the net ball court at lunch. So a recommendation is to make some more concrete around the hockey field because after our research that is where the least amount of children play.

What next The things we would like to do would be to choose another subject and add some more graphs. And have more time to work.

Special Thanks We would love to thank you for all your help and effort you have put into our statistical investigation Jevin,Bree-Anna and Jake

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