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Table 7 School practices post intervention (2009) (assessed for completing schools)

From: Cluster randomised trial of a school-community child health promotion and obesity prevention intervention: findings from the evaluation of fun ‘n healthy in Moreland!

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PRACTICES (only schools which completed the questionnaire included)
Directed at students
 School exercise classes 5/12 (42%) 3/9 (33%)
 Afterschool sport activities 9/12 (75%) 6/9 (67%)
 Sport clinics run by outside clubs 11/12 (92%) 7/9 (78%)
 Encouragement/merit award 8/12 (67%) 4/9 (44%)
Directed at parents
 Excellent parental support for physical education/sport. 10/12 (83%) 2/9 (22%)
 Parent exercise groups 6/12 (50%) 1/9 (11%)
Directed at staff
 School support for physical education/Sport excellent 12/12 (100%) 3/9 (33%)
 Sufficient resources/information on what to do 11/12 (92%) 4/9 (44%)
 Implementing state government program and resources (physical activity) 11/12 (92%) 6/9 (67%)
HEALTHY EATING PRACTICES (only schools which completed the questionnaire included)
Directed at students
 Defined school time for fruit and vegetable consumption 11/12 (92%) 7/9 (78%)
 Promotion of fruit & vegetables in lunchbox 8/12 (67%) 6/9 (67%)
 ‘nude’ food days 8/12 (67%) 4/9 (44%)
 Drink bottles in class with water only 11/12 (92%) 9/9 (100%)
Directed at parents
 Regular information on inclusion of fruit/veg in lunchbox 10/12 (83%) 2/9 (22%)
 Regular information on school strategies for healthy eating 12/12 (100%) 3/9 (33%)
 Regular general information on healthy eating 11/12 (92%) 3/9 (33%)
 Parent nutrition education seminars 6/12 (50%) 2/9 (22%)
Directed at staff
 Sufficient support from parents 4/5 (80%) 3/5 (60%)
 Sufficient resources/information on what to do (healthy eating 4/5 (80%) 3/5(60%)
 Implementing state government program and resources (healthy eating) 8/12 (67%) 1/9 (11%)