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Events Analysis

 

Year 10 Tackling Discrimination November 2018

86% of students enjoyed the BLD.

For those students that said the day changed their opinions, the most popular area they changed their opinion about was what they knew about Muslims and Islam (10%)

78% of students said they had learned something new during the BLD. 25% of students said they learned more about racist words they shouldn’t use.

68% of students would feel confident challenging people’s views based on what was discussed on the BLD.

17% of students were surprised to learn about the violence and death surrounding racism, 13% about racism generally and 12% were surprised about information they found out about Muslims.

65 students surveyed suggested areas they would like to learn more about in the future.

76% of students said there was nothing that could be improved about the BLD. 10% of students suggested more activities or to make the sessions more interactive and less listening.

My Teacher is a Vampire July 18

75% of students enjoyed the activity.

College Visits July 18

The favourite College visits were East Durham College (30%) and Durham 6th Form (32%) 

The least favourite College visits was QE (1%)

88% of Year 10 students thought the College visits were beneficial

Year 10 Careers Day July 18

The favourite session was learning about CVs (34%)

The least favourite session was from the Department for Work and Pensions (1%)

Only 8% of students thought they hadn’t learned anything during BLD

67% of Year 10 students couldn’t think of anything else they’d like to learn about regarding Careers

Year 7 Creative Day July 18

78% of students enjoyed Creative Day.

The favourite part of Creative day was working as a team (15%) and dancing/performing (15%).

The skills which most students thought they developed on Creative day was teamwork (21%) and creative writing (19%).

92% of students enjoy days off timetable doing different activities.

Year 9 Health Roadshow July 18
 

81% of students enjoyed the Year 9 Health Roadshow.

The favourite sessions were drugs (25%) smoking (20%) and mental health (19%)

The least favourite session was healthy lifestyle (29%) and sun safety (16%) 

Comments made about these sessions by students:

I already knew about it
The health workshop wasn’t fun or interesting
It reminded me of my family
Its common sense to apply sun cream
In the drugs session there was no interaction

77% of students learned something new during the Health Roadshow 

Comments made by students:

UV rays burn not the heat
smoking affects men’s fertility
What cigarettes actually have in them
The dangers of drugs
There are more drugs than I thought
How drugs affect your life
I am allowed to drink at 16 in a restaurant with parents
S
moking causes 14 cancers
I can get sunburned in the shade
Smoking can kill you
Exercise or activities can help relieve the feelings of anger
What to avoid so you don’t damage your body
The symptoms of mental health
The maximum amount of sygar people should eat per day

 

Analysis of France Trip March 18

95% of students enjoyed the trip and would recommend it to others.


The most popular aspects of the trip:

19% of students liked everything about the trip
19% liked meeting new people
23% liked visiting the historic sights


Analysis of Ski Trip February 18

6/13 (46%) students enjoyed ALL of the ski trip.

1 student enjoyed everything except the skydiving

5/13 (38%) students enjoyed the skiing and slopes

Skills that were learned: teamwork, confidence, balance and resilience, as well as learning how to ski.

100% of students would recommend this trip to others.

‘It is a once in a lifetime experience.’

 

HMD Trip Analysis January 18

100% of students would recommend the trip to others.

The knowledge most developed on this trip was of hate crime and what is was like during the Holocaust.

 

Peer Mentor Questionnaire January 2018

• The main reason students volunteered to become peer mentors was to help people

• Meeting and talking to new people and helping people is the aspect most enjoyed about being a peer mentor

• Only 3 students could identify an improvement to the peer mentor scheme

• Lots of skills have been developed by students by being a peer mentor

• Helping is the favourite aspect of being a peer mentor

• 100% would recommend being a peer mentor to friends mainly to help people have fun and learn new skills

 

Year 8 Healthy Living Carousel 1st November 2017

• All students learned something new with the majority learning something new about energy drinks

95% of students enjoyed the workshops

• The most unpopular workshop was healthy lifestyle (32%)

• 47% of students will change their lifestyle as a result of the workshops with not drinking energy drinks being the most popular answer (33%)

 

Year 9 Healthy Living Roadshow November 17

• 90% of students learned something new during the Healthy Living day with info on alcohol and drugs being the most popular answer (31%)

• 72% said info on the day surprised them with info on drugs and energy drinks being the most popular answer (18% each)

• The most popular sessions were the drugs session (30%) and the alcohol session (30%)

• The least popular sessions were hate crime (19%) and mental health (19%)

• 75% of students said the sessions have changed the way they live their life with drinking less energy drinks being the most popular answer (33%)

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