Projects tagged with Children and Food
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with: Sport New Zealand
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Not for profit, Families & Whānau, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy, Children, Population Shifts, Urban, Sport & Recreation
This new research series page contains research on Sport New Zealand commissioned research on outdoor recreation. It includes the outdoor recreation research agenda 2011, and research stocktake/synthesis (2010) and individual research studies.
Parent and caregivers perceptions and attitudes towards children's physical activity and physical education: Results of a NZ primary schools physical activity project
Topics: Evaluation, Social Services, Sport & Extramural Education, Schools, Caregivers, Parenting, Child Development, Children, Sport & Recreation
A pilot physical activity project was trialled in 15 primary schools in Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand, with the aim to increase the quality and quantity of children’s physical activity and physical education. Part of the evaluation of this project was to investigate parents’ perceptions and attitudes to their children’s...
A National Survey of Children and Young People's Physical Activity and Dietary Behaviours in New Zealand: 2008/09: Key Findings
with: Ministry of Health: MoH, Ministry of Education: MoE, Ministry of Youth Development: MYD, Sport New Zealand
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Healthcare, Children, Youth, Quality of Life, Sport & Recreation
This is the first national survey of physical activity, sedentary behaviours and dietary habits in five to 24 year-olds in New Zealand. The Survey was commissioned by SPARC together with the Ministries of Health, Education and Youth Development. Face-to-face interviews with follow-up telephone calls were conducted with a...
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that children’s physical activity decreases as they age, particularly during the transition from one school level to another. Project InterActive is a novel intervention designed to align physical activity messages and practices in a vertical cluster of schools.
Physical Activity For Healthy, Confident Kids: Guidelines For Sustainable physical activity In School Communities
Topics: Research, Schools, Child Development, Healthcare, Children, Youth, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Sport & Recreation
These guidelines will help school communities to plan and provide opportunities for their students to enjoy many physical activity experiences, both within the school curriculum and outside it. Regular and enjoyable physical activity benefits everyone. It can improve physical, mental, social, and spiritual...
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