|Curricular Components||Description||Implementation Measurement|
|Quality PE and school sport||
• Teachers will deliver 150 minutes of planned PE or school sport each week.|
• Lessons will be delivered according to the SAAFE principles (Supportive, Active, Autonomous, Fair and Enjoyable).
• Students will spend >40 % of PE/sport lesson time being physically active (i.e., in MVPA).
• Classroom teachers will self-report delivery of PE and School Sport on eight occasions during the intervention at the start of each online learning module.|
• Mentors will observe and rate each teacher’s delivery using the SAAFE checklist once during the intervention.
• Monitored using the class activity tracking system provided to each school.
|Classroom movement breaks||• Teachers will deliver 2 × 3-minute classroom energizer activities per day (30 minutes per week)||
• Teachers will self-report at the start of each of the eight online learning modules.|
• Teachers usage of the video-based classroom movement breaks on the website (resources section) will be monitored.
|Physically active homework||• Teachers will provide one physically active homework activity per week (except in schools that have a ‘no homework’ policy)||• Teachers will self-report at the start of each of the eight online learning modules.|
|Non-Curricular Components||Description||Implementation Measurement|
|Active playgrounds||• Children will spend >40 % of recess and lunch breaks in MVPA.||
• Leaders will rate via the website their implementation of active playground strategies. Ratings will occur three times during the intervention (during meetings with mentors).|
• Student physical activity during breaks will be measured via accelerometry at each assessment time-point (baseline, 12 months, 24 months), but will not be measured during the intervention.
|Community physical activity links||
• Schools will utilize the ‘Sporting Schools’ funding to offer after-school physical activity program at least once per week across two school terms.|
• During the intervention at least one teacher in each school will complete accreditation/training procedures with a recognized sporting body that will allow them to deliver the Sporting Schools’ program in their school.
• Principals will report on all non-curricular sport and recreation in each school.|
• Teachers will report the sport accreditation/training they complete.
|Parent and caregiver engagement||
• Schools will deliver 1 × newsletter item per fortnight, which will include a link to the parent portion of the iPLAY website.|
• Schools will deliver 2 × iPLAY update presentations to parents per year during existing parent-teacher events.
• Schools will organize one physically active school fundraising event each year.
• Leaders will record via the website the frequency of newsletter distribution and parent meetings.|
• Parent access to the iPLAY website will be monitored.
• Leaders will provide evidence of school fundraiser events.