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Sport Health Addiction & Relaxation in Education


CONTENTS

MAP OF EUROPE The participants

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THE PROJECT

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RESEARCH OF THE PROJECT

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SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS

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ON THE WAY TO SHAR(E)ing

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«SHARING» THE SHARE PROJECT

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SPORT

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History of the Olympic Games Ethos of the Olympics Fair Play code

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HEALTH

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“Nutrition” National Dishes & Healthy Alternatives How to burn the calories Healthy Food Advertisements Mediterranean Diet & Olive Oil Interview of Greek students

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ANTI-ADDICTION

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National Addictions Anti-doping Seminar

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RELAXATION

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Arm Massage Yoga

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EDUCATION

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National Educational Systems Playing for life - Session plans Migrants case studies Ambassadors’ Training

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CASE STUDIES

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Erasmus + students

ANALYTICAL RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH

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Map of Europe NO

Gausdal vgs Pierre de Coubertin School coordinator Roar Bakke

NORWAY DE

Maximilian-Kolbe Gymnasium Kรถln School coordinator Isabelle Keuler

DENMARK

IRELAND

UNITED KINGDOM GB

THE NETHERSLANDS

The Isle of Wight College

BELGIUM

Project coordinator Pat Suttmann

GERMANY

LUXEMBOURG

FRANCE

SWITZERLAND

ITALY PORTUGAL SPAIN

MALTA


The participants

SWEDEN

FINLAND

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Siauliai "Romuvos" gimnazija School coordinator Diana Nemeikiene

ESTONIA

LATVIA

LITHUANIA

PL

Zespołu Szkół Ponadgimnazjalnych w Szydłowie School coordinator

BELARUS

Ewa Grzesiak

POLAND UKRAINE SLOVAKIA MOLDAVA

HUNGARY ROMANIA CROATIA

SERVIA BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA MONTENEGRO KOSOVO

BULGARIA

FYROM

ALBANIA

GR

Geniko Lykeio Arfaron School coordinator

GREECE

Vasileios Bazanis

CYPRUS


The project

Sport Health Addiction & Relaxation in Education


Introduction

Our project “Sport, Health, Addiction and Relaxation in Education” (2016-1-UΚ01-ΚΑ219-024364_4) has developed from research we have carried out into the issues facing young people and the impact this has on their learning and student retention. Life for young people today is highly stressful with pressure to look a certain way and to be

The project

ever present online. This is having an impact on their health due to inactivity, unhealthy diet and substance abuse in order to fit in and also to help them either lose weight or look fitter quickly. This in turn can lead to a lack of motivation to learn and early school leaving. The six partners from Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, and the UK all have a common interest in healthy diet and sport. Sport participation has been proven to increase activity, improve mood and combat obesity and diabetes, but it is oſten difficult to convince young people of the benefits as it involves more effort on their part. Our objectives therefore are to create an eBook containing mostly students' works which will help teachers to motivate their students to improve their lifestyle through active sport, diet and relaxation. We also aim to create and train student ambassadors who can become actively involved in motivating their peers to change their lifestyle. In doing so all our students will also improve their own motivation to study and their opportunities to succeed in their chosen career, which in turn will benefit educational establishments and employers as they will have access to a healthier workforce. The training will be delivered via 5 student/teacher learning/training activities involving two teachers and two students. Initially students will survey their peers about their lifestyles and then present their findings. This will establish what they need to learn and encourage them to find solutions through the training they receive in sports activities, diet, anti-doping and relaxation techniques. At each training event they will learn new sports and training methods and about the diet of the partner country they are visiting. They will use this information to create healthy but appealing recipes and training sessions. In addition in Greece they will learn about the Mediterranean diet, Olympic movement and fair play in sport and develop an ethical code, in Germany they will learn about relaxation techniques, and in Norway they will learn about anti-doping and disability in sport. In Lithuania they will learn how to create a balanced diet and participate in a cook fest. From these training activities they will then propose recommendations on how to combat the issues affecting young people's lifestyles as identified in their initial survey and develop an eBook and film resources. Also the project includes a teacher conference in Poland and a schools dissemination event in the UK. They will then be trained as ambassadors to spread the message and encourage their peers to become involved in 7


Introduction

sport, eat more healthily and turn their lives around. In this way they will achieve more and get better jobs. The project partners will also create a six-language digital application– audiovisual guide- for smartphones about the ancient Stadium, the Gymnasium and the Palaestra of ancient Messene (Messinia-Peloponnese-Greece) which will be donated to the Greek Ministry of Culture in order

The project

to be uploaded onto the site of ancient Messene, a project website ( http://erasmus-share.net/ ),

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a Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/Erasmus-SHARE-188925798198709/ ) and a Twinspace page on eTwinning platform: ( https://twinspace.etwinning.net/23593/home ). We envisage that a wide range of stakeholders, including 300 students and teachers of which 20% are participants with fewer opportunities, will benefit from the results of our project as young people become more healthy and motivated to learn. This, along with the opportunity for them to work alongside their European peers will help them better understand the common and different issues each partner country faces and so make them more aware European citizens. Teachers will also have new resources available to them to help them plan their classes and improve results. Employers will benefit from a healthier and more knowledgeable workforce in the long term.

Logo of the project by Lithuanian students


RESEARCH oF the Project


Q1 Were are you from?

Q6 Have you ever followed a diet?

Germany

Yes, I am currently on a diet

Greece

Yes, I have been on a diet before

Lithuania

No, I have never done this

Norway

No, but I would like to

Poland United Kingdom

Q7 How much time do you spend online a day (e.g. social media)? 0-2 hours

Q2 Do you cook any meals at home with family and/or friends?

3-4 hours

Every day

5-6 hours

Never

7-8 hours or more

Sometimes At the weekend

Q8 What is your favourite place to relax? At home

Q3 How does stress affect your eating?

Sports place

Eat less

Pub/disco

Eat more

Other outside place

Eat unhealthily Eat the same

Q9 What do you do there? (you may tick more than one box)

Eat nothing

Sleep Play video games

Q4 How oſten do you eat processed food?

Drink alcohol

Every day

Take drugs

Never

Meet friends

Sometimes

Walk

Weekends only

Do sports Other (please specify)

Q5 How oſten do you eat fruit/vegetables? I eat fruit/vegetables every day

Q10 What do you do to relax?

0-2 times a week

Do sports

3-4 times a week

Eat

5-6 times a week

Use social media

I never eat fruit/vegetables

Other (please specify)

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Q11 How oſten do you see your friends aſter school or in weekends?

Q17 Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Optimist

Only in the weekends

Not sure

Every day

Pessimist

1-3 times a week 4-7 times a week

Q18 How many glasses of water do you drink per day?

Never

0-3 glasses 4-6 glasses

Q12 Are you happy with the way you look?

7-9 glasses

Yes

10+ glasses

Not sure Q19 Do you do any sports?

No

Yes Q13 Is physical fitness important to you?

No

Yes Not sure

Q20 Do you think you are healthy?

No

Yes Not sure

Q14 How many hours of sleep do you get per night?

No

1-3 hours 4-6 hours

Q21 How oſten do you feel stressed per week?

7-9 hours

Never

10+ hours

Sometimes All the time

Q15 How oſten do you exercise per week? Never

Q22 What makes you most stressed?

1-2 times

School

3-4 times

Family/friends

5-7 times or more

Homework Other (please specify)

Q16 Does exercise distract you from stress and help you relax? Yes

Q23 What do you do when you are stressed?

Not sure

Meet friends

No

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Other (please specify)


Q24 What kind of emotions do you feel when you are stressed? Sad Nervous Angry Other (please specify) Q25 How does stress aect you physically and/or mentally? Physically Mentally Both Q26 Do you smoke? Yes No Q27 If yes, how many cigarettes per day do you smoke? 0-5 5-10 10-20 More than 20 Q28 How oen do you drink alcohol? Never 1-5 times a year Once a month Once a week More than once a week Q29 Do you take any drugs? Yes No

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Summary of the Results


1. Background The survey was designed by project students aged 13-19 from 6 countries during an LTT in Germany in January 2017. It consisted of 28 questions covering diet, stress, time spent online, relaxation techniques, image, fitness and sport participation, smoking and alcohol and substance consumption. The survey was converted into Survey Monkey and carried out in each country, with a total of 647 responses. The Greek survey was carried out manually and results later added to the survey monkey.

2 Summary of the overall results 2.1 Stress, socialising and relaxation - 35% said that stress doesn't affect how they eat but 26% said they ate less when stressed. - 71% said they sometimes feel stressed each week. - 51% cited school and 23% homework as the thing that makes them most stressed. - 39% said that stress made them feel nervous and 29%, angry. - Students generally felt that stress affected them more mentally than physically although 38% said it affected them both ways. - 64% stated 'at home' as their favourite place to relax. - The most popular past times to relax were sleeping and meeting friends followed by video games and sport. - 69% get more than 7 hours of sleep a night. - 59% of students saw their friends 1-3 times a week or more. - 39% of students spend more than 4 hours a day online. - 57% said that exercise helped them to relax and be less stressed. 2.2 Diet - 47% of students eat fruit and vegetables at least 3-4 times a week and 51% less than that. - 73% of those surveyed said they sometimes eat processed food. - The majority of those surveyed had never followed a diet. - 28% estimated that they drink at least 7 glasses of water a day. 2.3 Physical fitness and image - 55% are happy with the way they look. - Physical fitness is important for 70% and 69% do sport, football being the most common answer. - 59% exercise more than 3 times a week. - Just over half of those surveyed said they were an optimist. - Just over half of those surveyed think they are healthy.

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2.4 Smoking, alcohol and substances - Only 13% of those surveyed said that they smoked. - Of those 74% smoked less than 5 cigarettes a day. _ ·40% said that they never drank alcohol and only 19% said that they did once a week or more. - Only 7% said that they took drugs. 3. Summary of results by country

Country Lithuania

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Positive outcomes · Are the most likely to cook every day · Walk the most when relaxing at home · Use social media the least · Are the most convinced that exercise helps stress · Are the least likely to get stressed · Are the most likely to go outside to relieve stress · Are the most optimistic · Do the widest range of sports · Spend the least time online · Are most likely to do to sport to relax · Are the most convinced that they are healthy

Negative outcomes · Are the most likely never to see their friends.

· Eat the most processed food · Eat the least fruit and vegetables · Are the most likely to follow a diet · Drink the most alcohol to relax · See physical fitness as the least important · Are the most likely to get less sleep · Do the least exercise · Are most stressed by family and friends · Smoke the most · Drink the most alcohol · Take the most drugs


Country Germany

Greece

UK

Positive outcomes · Are the largest eaters of fruit and vegetables · Spend the least time online · Chose the widest option of things to do to relax · Are the happiest about their appearance · Are the most likely to get 10+ hours sleep · Drink the most water · Do the most sport · Are the least likely to drink alcohol · Spend the least hours on social media. · Are the most likely to relax outside the home. · Are the most likely to see their friends every day. · Are the least likely to play video games. · Think physical fitness is important · Get the most sleep. · Are most likely to use exercise to relax. · Are the most optimistic · Are the most likely to think they are healthy. · Least likely to take drugs · Are the second most likely to see their friends every day · Are the least likely never to see their friends · Are most likely to meet friends when stressed.

Negative outcomes · Play the most video games to relax · Are the most likely only to see friends at the weekend · Are the second least optimistic

· Are quite likely to use social media to relax. · Are most likely to eat less when stressed. · Are the least likely to do sports in their free time. More students said they didn’t than did. · Are most likely to feel nervous when stressed. · Most likely to be effected both physically and mentally by stress. · Most likely to smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day.

· Are the most likely to follow a diet · Spend the most time online · Do the least sport to relax · Do most drugs to relax · Are least happy about the way they look · Are the least optimistic · Drink the least water · Do least sport · Are the most stressed by family and friends · Are the angriest

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Country Norway

Positive outcomes · Eat the least processed food · Are the least likely to follow a diet · See physical fitness as the most important · Have the most normal sleep pattern · Do the most exercise a week · Are the least likely to smoke · Are the least likely to take drugs

Negative outcomes · Are most likely to relax at home · Sleep the most to relax · Do the least sport to relax · Do the most social media to relax · Are the least likely to see friends every day and the most likely never to see friends · Drink the least water · Are the highest number to be stressed all of the time · Are the most stressed about school and homework · Identified the most negative activities to relieve stress · Are the saddest and most tired when stressed.

4. Benchmarking 4.1 OECD It is difficult to find an exact set of data against which to compare our findings as the survey was created by the students themselves. However, we can draw general comparisons in some areas between our data and OECD data by reviewing the document “Health at a Glance: Europe 2016- State of Health in the EU Cycle”: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264265592-en as follows:

Category Diet

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Our findings Generally our students ate too much processed food, not enough fruit and vegetables and didn’t drink enough water. Polish students appeared to have the worst diet.

OECD data for children Interestingly Germany (boys) and the UK (girls) showed the highest obesity rates (far outranked by Greece) and Poland has the lowest obesity rates of the whole EU among girls. The report does state that obesity is rising in Poland, however. German girls eat above the EU average for fruit and British girls for vegetables.

OECD data for adults Self-reported obesity is highest in the UK. Both Norway and the UK are above EU average for women eating fruit daily and Norway, UK and Poland for men. For vegetable consumption, only Germany is below the EU average.


Category Smoking

Our findings Generally those surveyed were non smokers or light smokers with Poland and Greece being the exception.

OECD data for children Lithuanian boys are among the highest smokers in Europe but in most countries rates are decreasing.

Alcohol

Alcohol consumption is generally low with Poland again the highest consumers.

Physical Activity

Just under three quarters of our students do sport, with Norwegians being the most active and the Polish and Greeks the least.

Drugs

Only 8% of our sample took drugs with the Polish being the most likely to do so.

Lithuanian boys and British girls are among the highest consumers of alcohol and above the EU average for getting drunk. This is falling in the UK. Norwegians and Poles are the only nationalities in our group to do above the EU average of sport. British and German girls are the least active. The UK is the highest user of Cannabis, Cocaine and Ecstasy, whilst the Germans use the most Amphetamines. Cocaine usage in Poland has gone up in recent years.

OECD data for adults Poland is the only country above EU average for adult smoking. Lithuania has the biggest gender gap with 25% more men smoking compared to 2% in Norway. Alcohol consumption amongst Lithuanians is the highest in the EU and has risen the most in the last 14 years. Germany records the highest binge drinking. Only Polish women were below the EU average for moderate physical weekly activity. Germany had the highest level for both genders (Norway was not represented.) The data for adults reflects the outcomes of those for young people aged under 16 (see previous column).

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4.2 W.H.O & Eurostat The OECD have not published statistics comparing attitudes to stress, therefore for this element we will benchmark against the World Health Organisation's document http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_ďŹ le/0013/70114/E93036.pdf and Eurostat http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Being_young_in_Europe_today_-_digital_world #Youth_online:_a_way_of_life .

Category Stress & mental well-being

Social Media

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Our findings Norwegian students appeared to have the lowest mood when stressed reporting sadness and tiredness. They and the Lithuanians appear to be the most socially isolated. Online games were a popular means of relaxing outside of Poland , Greece and Lithuania. The largest users of social media generally were the Norwegians.

W.H.O. and Eurostat findings Lithuania and Norway both show higher than average potential for suicide and self-harm among young males. It is not so extreme among females which reflects the general EU trend. According to the W.H.O., t he use of online games increased dramatically between 2000 and 2006 but there is no breakdown by country or more up to date data available. The report recognises the impact this has on young people’s mental health and isolation. Eurostat recognises that 82% of people aged 16 -29 used social media in 2014. Lithuanians were among the highest users.


5. Conclusion

Area Diet

Physical fitness and image

Substance abuse

Stress and mental health

Conclusion Our survey revealed that our students do not eat healthily. Although our data did not match that acquired by the OECD concerning the analysis by country, this must still be a key focus of our eBook and future training Our data in this field was closer to the OECD results for adults. More than half of our students considered physical exercise important and participated, however we cannot be complacent, especially as some students surveyed were studying sport. The results of our survey matched those of the OECD concerning smoking which is no longer the major health issue in the EU that it was. However, our data conflicted regarding alcohol consumption. Substance abuse appears to be a problem in the UK and Poland. Our survey contradicted eurostat’s findings and identified Germans and Norwegians as the greatest users of social media . However, it supported the W.H.O’s fi ndings on negative life attitude.

Action The LTT in Lithuania should focus on diet predominantly and how to encourage students to eat healthy alternatives to processed food.

The LTT in Norway needs to investigate how we promote participation in sport more to young people by using student ambassadors.

The LTT in Norway should investigate further what young people are using and why and how they can achieve a similar ‘high’ in a healthier way.

We live in a digital age and it will be difficult to wean young people away from social media and video games. We need to teach them alternative ways to relax, as we did at the LTT in Germany. We should continue introducing these alternatives and work with them to discover how we can make these attractive to young people living a sedentary lifestyle at future LTTs.

Analytical results of the research at the end of the ebook p. 139 or Download

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On the way to...

S. H. A.R. Ei. n g


5-7 November 2016

Patricia Suttmann (project coordinator) The Isle of Wight College Newport- The Isle of Wight-GB

Anna Polychronopoulou (4/11/2016-31/07/2017) Geniko Lykeio Arfaron Arfara-GR

Diana Nemeikiene Šiaulių "Romuvos" gimnazija Šiauliai-LT

Roar Bakke Gausdal videregående skole, Pierre de Coubertin Østre Gausdal-NO

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1 Transnational Project Meeting Arfara

Katrin Müller Städtisches Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium Köln-DE

Ewa Grzesiak (01/09/2016-31/12/2017) Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych w Szydlowie Grabica-PL Renata Barańska (01/01-31/08/2018) 24


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30 January - 3 February 2017

Our school was happy to host the very first SHARE project meeting as part of the international EU-funded two-year Erasmus+ programme, dealing with sports, health and relaxation in education (S.H.A.R.E.). We welcomed 10 teachers and 11 students from Great Britain, Greece, Lithuania, Norway and Poland to work on the aspect of relaxation in education.

Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium Cologne

Aſter the arrival of our guests on Sunday, there was a meeting with Mr. Knab, the school principal, on Monday morning. While the teachers were shown around the school, the students got to know each other in some ice breaker sessions. Aſter that the students started preparing a survey on stress and stress relief. The British students very kindly showed the group how to do a relaxing hand massage. On Tuesday the students had the chance to do a rally around Cologne to get to know the city centre. The teachers enjoyed a private guided tour led by Ms. Müller, a Geography teacher at MKG. Wednesday started with a meeting with the school's so-called „Sprachförderklasse“, a class specifically established for refugees. 15 boys and girls from countries like Syria, Bosnia, or Afghanistan attend this class before they will finally be able to join regular classes. In small groups the students primarily talked about stress because it can be assumed that children from war-torn countries define or experience stress differently than European school children. The students from the „Sprachförderklasse“ see our school as a stress-free place, where they can study and be safe at the same time. Aſterwards we dealt with stress and stress reduction again, practicing some yoga. A professional yoga instructor showed us relaxation as well as reflection techniques and taught us how to stretch correctly. We also had a good laugh trying out “Lachyoga” (Laughter Yoga). Aſter lunch we worked on the survey again. On Thursday morning our host students attended English and PE classes. In the aſternoon we went to Cologne again and visited the “Deutsches Sport- und Olympia museum” (Museum of Sports and the Olympic Games”. Aſter a guided tour of the museum, the students played football on the roof of the museum, which is beautifully situated right next to the river Rhine. The final highlight of the day was the farewell party at a restaurant close to the school where everybody not only enjoyed some nice food but also some Greek singing and dancing – very entertaining and something to look out for at the end of March! Friday was very busy with some final work on the survey, filling in evaluation sheets, and interviews and photos with the local newspapers. And then, sadly, it was time to say good bye. We, the students, enjoyed the week. For many of us it was the first time to really practice speaking English and meeting people from other countries. We look forward to seeing the other schools as well and working on the project. 25


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27 - 31 March 2017

From Sunday 26-3-2017 until Friday 31-3-2017 the team of Erasmus+ SHARE from England, Germany, Lithuania, Norway and Poland visited Greece, the school of Arfara, near Kalamata, in the Peloponnese. The high school of Arfara had the happiness of hosting the second meeting of the Erasmus + program in Greece. The program concerns sports health and relaxation in education. The teams, when they arrived in Athens, visited archaeological sites such as the Acropolis and the Panathenaic Stadium.They were excited by the visits, and they all arrived at Kalamata at night.

Geniko Lykeio Arfaron Arfara

On Monday 27/3 everything was ready to welcome them, with songs, dancing and Greek food. Each group presented their school. Work began with the processing of the surveys. At lunchtime lunch at school included classic Greek skewers and salad. On Tuesday 28/3 the groups worked on analysing the results of the survey. Mini-Olympics were organized by our students where all students took part. The meal at school included traditional Mediterranean food that had been prepared by our students in their homes. Then a visit to a traditional oil factory where the whole process of olive oil production was described. In the aſternoon a visit was made to the archaeological museum of Kalamata, where students followed a trail around the exhibits from the rich history of Messinia, investigating sport, diet and relaxation at that time. On Wednesday 29/3, an excursion to ancient Olympia was done, where an audio- guide made by the Greek team for the tour of the stadium and the palaestra was used. In the evening take part meeting of the students and teachers for dinner in a traditional Greek restaurant where a UK student of cooking visited the kitchen and shared what he saw with the rest of the group.. The program included a city tour and a small attendance of traditional Greek dances, a way to relax for Greek people. Also, there was a visit to the traditional costume museum in Kalamata. On Thursday 30/3, there was a visit to ancient Messini, where they watched a show of ancient tragedy that took place in the palaces of the student theater festival. Again this was how Greek people used to relax. They then traveled to the archaeological site, which includes the ancient stadium and gymnasium. Here they observed children playing a game recreating the old sports. In the evening, the farewell party at Arfara was very successful and certainly relaxing! On Friday 31/3 the groups made the evaluation and etwinning and developed a Fair Play code. They also interviewed each other about the benefits of the Mediterranean diet. The time of separation was very difficult for everyone. We gave 5 wonderful days together. We hope to rejoin and re-share beautiful experiences. 26


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25 - 29 September 2017

Monday started with a tour of the school, ice-breakers, introductions and the presentations of the most popular dishes among young people in each country.

Šiauliai “Romuvos” Gymnasium Šiauliai

It turned out that nowadays teenagers prefer eating junk food, so the next task for students was to design a healthier alternative to their recipes. Aſter discussing the ideas about nutritious food and the importance of healthy lifestyle in people's daily life, participants had an opportunity to play basketball in the gym. There is https://youtu.be/8wdmdFjcVVc no doubt that the most exciting part of the program was the City Rally. Working in international groups, students visited famous landmarks of Siauliai, got to know more about history of this city and prepared video material on that. On Tuesday the European language day was celebrated. The guests from each country were asked to give language lessons where they presented their native language and traditions. In the aſternoon everyone went on an educational trip. The project participants learnt a lot about basketball at the Joniskis Basketball Museum. Aſter tasting Lithuanian diary production and having healthy lunch on the organic farm, students visited the Hill of Crosses. At the end of the day they still had enough energy to enjoy traditional dances, games and songs during the Cultural Party. On Wednesday the project participants were working in mixed-nationality groups as well. Todd, the UK teacher, presented some facts about energy intake and expenditure. Students discussed how much sport they needed to do to burn the difference between healthy and unhealthy versions. Moreover, students had to prepare for the Cookfest so they brainstormed ideas for cooking the healthy dishes and serving them in an attractive way. Also, it was important to think about advertising techniques, later the groups created their own advertisements to advertise their dishes. Aſter the hard work, participants relaxed playing volleyball. On Thursday the project participants organized a Cookfest in the school hall where all the school community could taste healthy dishes. To prepare for it, international groups did some shopping for the ingredients in the morning. Making healthy dishes for the students and teachers from "Romuvos" Gymnasium was a real challenge, but all groups were really passionate and creative and did their best. Cookfest menu included different dishes, such as hamburgers, chicken salad, tuna and tomatoes pasta and spaghetti. Students from "Romuvos" Gymnasium voted for the best dish. Aſter that all groups discussed the results and shared their experience. The next task was to summarize the outcomes and the results of project meeting and provide some feedback. Aſter visiting the Chocolate Museum, the Farewell party started. Everyone had a really great time together, and the evening was filled with laughter, music and fun. On Friday students carried out the survey and evaluated the meeting in Lithuania. The project dissemination channels – the project Facebook page, eTwinning, the project website, the eBook – were introduced to the project participants and the project participants brainstormed ideas how these channels should be made more efficient, informative and attractive to the audience.

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Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych w Szydlowie Grabica

09 - 11 November 2017

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On Thursday 9/11 all the teachers arrived early in the morning at school and they had a guided tour. During the second Transnational Project Meeting they organised some etwinning activities and participated in a live online meeting with a Turkish colleague. A disscussion about the poject completed their staying because they leſt at 12:15 for Piotrków Trybunalski where they visited the Educational Centre for Teachers and they presented their national Educational system, how the school prepares the students for future job, the most important and difficult problems of young people in partners' countries and the role of the schools (how the school can help students to be better, to create healthly life style, to be more active). A short presentation of the ebook of the project followed by the Greek partner. Teachers and students from others schools attended the seminar and they made questions to the project partners. On Friday 10/11 all the teachers of the project had an educational visit to a brewery where they learnt how beer is produced and how it is used for cosmetics. Aſter that, they went to the school for the event of the Day of Indpendence. They enjoyed the event and at the end they danced Polish dancings. Also they learnt a lot about the local history during the WWII and the tradition while their visit to a museum. Early in the aſternoon they had a farewell dinner where they enjoyed a variety of Polish food and they relaxed learning dancings from all the countries of the project partners. On Saturday 11/11 partners leſt Piotrków Trybunalski, the visited Warsaw, the capital, and they watched the parades for the Indipendence Day and late in the aſternoon they departed to their countries.


29th January - 02th February 2018

Students and teachers from England, Germany, Greece, Lithuania and Poland arrived in Lillehammer by train on Sunday.

Gausdal videregående skole, Pierre de Coubertin Gausdal

Students were met by their host families, and teachers were taken to their accommodation at Birkebeineren. On Monday 29 everybody was welcomed in Gausdal videregående skole, Pierre de Coubertin by the head teacher, Erland Sandvik. Aſter a guided tour of the school, all the students took part in a "photo orienteering". In the aſternoon Norwegian students gave their guests a crash course in cross-country skiing, then everybody enjoyed a hot meal together before taking part in an evening event that included curling and ice skating. On Tuesday 30 students were given a crash course in Norwegian, then attended a variety of parasport activities; Ice Sledge Hockey, Goalball and Wheelchair Basketball. In the aſternoon everybody went to Lillehammer to visit the Norwegian Olympic Museum and the open-air museum at Maihaugen. Wednesday 31 started with students presentations on "Addictions", followed by discussions on different kinds of addictions. Next, students attended classes in Sports and Physical Education. In the aſternoon everybody leſt for Astridbekken, where they made a bonfire and had lunch before they were introduced to dog sledding in both theory and practice. Next, students attended classes in Sports and Physical Education. In the aſternoon everybody leſt for Astridbekken, where they made a bonfire and had lunch before they were introduced to dog sledding in both theory and practice. On Thursday 1 guest students attended classes with their hosts until 09.30. The rest of the day was spent together with Cecilie Gjønnes, representative of the Norwegian Anti-Doping Agency, who gave a lecture on "Youth, body and drugs", then took the students through a session of group work, discussions and physical activities. Students spent their last evening together in school, playing games and enjoying a meal together. Teachers went to Lillehammer to enjoy some sports, this time as spectators at an Ice Hockey event. Friday 2 was departure day, but before the guests leſt in the aſternoon, everybody took part in summing up and evaluating the project meeting.

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05th - 09th March 2018

On Sunday 4th March students and teachers from Norway, Greece, Poland, Germany and Lithuania arrived on the Island to complete the final project training week for the S.H.A.R.E. project.

The Isle of Wight College Newport

The focus of the week was to further develop the students understanding of healthy lifestyles, healthy eating, well-being and also to secure the skills they would require to be ambassadors back at their own schools.

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On Monday, aſter a restful night with their host families, the learners arrived at the Isle of Wight College to begin their final week of training greeted by Peter Thompson, Pat Suttmann, Todd Connor and Clare Powell. The day began with the important job of gaining access for all visiting learners and teachers to our college Wi-Fi so that during the week they were able to share what they had been doing with the Facebook pages, their family and friends and also their school. This was then followed with a tour of the college looking at all the different facilities and courses available at the college including Hospitality and Catering, Health and Social Care, Child Care, Media, Sport and Fitness, Public Services and Pathways. On their return from the tour Todd Connor, a member of staff from Sport and Fitness, gave a briefing about the project so far and what the Student Ambassador Role would involve and the expectations of the students during the week and on their return to their school. The students then took part in fitness testing to establish their current fitness levels and also to learn how to administer testing in the future followed by a spinning session in the Spinzone, the new college based fitness facility. The first day was concluded with a student and teacher evening at Ryde Superbowl with a game of bowling and Laser Quest. Tuesday saw the student ambassadors begin their planning for the sports event they would be running later in the week for a group of students from a local school on the Island. Ambassadors were split into groups and, aſter a briefing from Todd, were given a list of tasks to complete in preparation for the event. This included choosing the sport/activity they wanted to lead, completing a session plan and also completing a risk assessment for their activity. Each group had students from the Isle of Wight College Sport and Fitness Department working with them to work through the paperwork, explain and teach the paperwork processes required and also make sure they knew about the facility they would be using for the event. Aſter a busy morning all students and staff attended an intercultural aſternoon tea which was prepared by the college learners and staff from Insights. This was a lovely event and gave all those attending a chance to chat and meet new people as well as try foods from the different visiting countries and a traditional English aſternoon tea.


The Isle of Wight College Newport

05th - 09th March 2018

Day 3 saw the opportunity for all attendees of the project to visit the world famous holiday home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Osborne House, located in East Cowes on the Island. Osborne House was built between 1845 and 1851 to provide Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with a private family home. It was built in the Italianate style in order to fit its setting on an Island with its temperate climate and panoramic views over the Solent, across to Portsmouth and Southampton. We had the chance to look around the house and grounds which included the state rooms, family rooms (including the room where Queen Victoria passed in 1901) and the private beach. It was a wonderful day out with beautiful weather showing off this historic landmark in all its glory. On the evening of the third day the teachers met in the evening for a meal at The Bargeman's which was enjoyed by all, whilst the students were entertained by the college Platform One learners at a music venue Strings in Newport. Platform One learners are on full time programmes at the college and as part of their course perform on a weekly basis at Strings and other venues around the Island, displaying their talents for playing and writing music. Day 4 was the main focus day and included the ambassadors demonstrating all that they had learnt during their time on the project. They delivered a practical sports event to a local school, St Catherines, which included basketball, futsal and fitness. All of the ambassadors demonstrated excellent team work and communication skills to deliver a very professional and successful event, which all participants thoroughly enjoyed. In the evening everyone came together for a farewell dinner at The Bargeman's Rest, where there was plenty of eating, singing and dancing going on! Especially from our Greek contingency teaching everyone traditional Greek dancing. Day 5 was the final day of the project in the UK. We met at Ryde to load all the suitcases and headed off to Portsmouth on the fast cat for a day of sight-seeing and a little retail therapy! The weather was not too kind but we still walked along the coastal path of Old Portsmouth, saw the docks and the warship HMS Warrior (the world's first iron-hulled, armored warship launched in 1860 and never fired a shot in anger, yet changed naval warfare forever). And enjoyed the views back across to the Island. This was an ideal opportunity for some final photos and some final memories to be made. We learnt that living by the sea is good for your health and then said our sad good-byes.

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17-20 June 2018

Final Transnational Project Meeting Newport

Katrin Müller Städtisches Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium Köln-DE

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Patricia Suttmann (project coordinator) The Isle of Wight College Newport- The Isle of Wight-GB

Vasileios Bazanis (01/01/2016-03/11/2016 & 01/08/2017-31/08/2018) Geniko Lykeio Arfaron Arfara-GR

Diana Nemeikiene Šiaulių "Romuvos" gimnazija Šiauliai-LT

Roar Bakke Gausdal videregående skole, Pierre de Coubertin Østre Gausdal-NO

Renata Barańska (01/01-31/08/2018) Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych w Szydlowie Grabica-PL


Sharing the “SHARE” project


Sport


A report in the Daily Mail newspaper by Dr Michael Mosley notes that a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet are dangerous for our health. However, teachers and parents notice that many young people prefer to spend time with their computers on on-line activities to real life sports activities with peers. This has a bad impact not only on their health, but also on so interpersonal skills such as team work and communication. A Primary School in the UK improved their attendance rate to 98% and their achievement rates by introducing fun sports classes into their curricula (http://www.independent.co.uk /news/education/education-news/lings-primary-school-teaches-children-how-to-runlike-animals-in-eort-to-encourage-children-who-a6858436.html ). It is important to go back to the origins of competitive sport, the Olympic movement and to the ethos of sport to reinforce the fact that sport is about peace, fair play and to encourage more participation.

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History of the Olympic Games

ErasmusKA2 SHARE

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Ethos of the Olympics

ErasmusKA2 SHARE

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S.H.A.R.E. code of Fair Play Respect the rules Respect each other Help each other if someone is injured Accept it if you lose Be truthf ul No racism No violence Conduct these rules to real lif e too R EM EM B ER I T ' S O N LY A G A M E The Isle of W ight College-UK & Geniko Lykeio Arfaron-GR

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HEALTH


A report by the World Health Organisation on childhood obesity recognises that this has reached epic proportions in Europe with nearly 40% of school children classed as obese (http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/123176/ FactSheet_5.pdf?ua=1). Sporting activities in combination with the examination of the calorific content of different European diets, the alternative healthier dishes and the “Mediterranean touch” will help everyone to achieve an equilibrium in life.

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Nutrition The main purposes of adequate nutrition are to maintain body functions, provide energy, repair & growth, and weight management. Macronutrients are the main energy providers for the body, these are carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Carbohydrates are the body's main energy source and can be either simple or complex, depending on the rate at which they can be broken down. Simple carbohydrates tend to be sugary products such as sweets or jam etc, these are broken down quickly to provide a fast yet non-lasting fuel. Complex carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, rice etc. are broken down slower and provide a sustained energy fuel. Fats are the most energy-dense nutrient, therefore eaten in moderation, things like sugary food, dairy, animal products etc. These are our secondary energy source however also serve many more functions for the body such as uptake of vitamins. Proteins are our third energy source however these serve a main purpose of repairing and growing tissues, therefore we need to eat enough carbohydrates in order to leave protein to repair. Foods such as meat, eggs, fish, milk etc. are rich in this. The body also requires fibre, vitamins and minerals to perform various reactions and processes within the body that can be found in a variety of foods, particularly fruits and vegetables. In Lithuania, students came together to present one of their country's traditional dishes to the other nations. Following the receipt of some information about nutrition and healthier eating, students were then put into groups to plan healthier meals, aſter identifying issues with their traditional dishes. The main issues identified were the amounts of saturated (unhealthy) fats, things like red meat, butter and cheese and a lack of leafy green vegetables. Unsaturated (healthy) fats can be found in foods such as nuts and oils, these have a lower risk of cholesterol. Additionally, students looked at what an active lifestyle would possibly need more or less of compared to an inactive person. More complex carbohydrates and more protein being identified and less fat intake for the less active. Student groups were then able to begin planning and writing recipes to provide a healthier and more athletic alternative to their traditional dishes. They were then given the task of shopping for ingredients and making samples of their dishes before the rest of the School would try them and vote for the most appealing and best tasting dish! The task was a huge success as students gained understanding of balanced meals and including the right amounts of the right nutrients, whilst also applying the knowledge to create healthy meals, skills that are very important for a healthy lifestyle.

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National menus & Healthy alternatives


German menu Starter Pumpkin soup Ingredients:

Conclusion: whole menu: 1400 kcal, 5862 kJ

Preparation: Cut the pumpkin into slices and Dice in small pieces. Peel carrots, onions and potatoes, wash and cut into small pieces.

1 kg of pumpkin 250 g carrots 1/2 kg potatoes 1 onion 1 tbsp butter 1 liter vegetable broth, instant 150 g creme fraiche salt and pepper

250 kcal per person

Grease the fat and steam the onion cubes. Add the stock and bring to a boil. Now add the pumpkin, the carrots and the potatoes. Season with salt and pepper. Cook for 20 - 30 minutes, then heat down to small heat. Mix the soup until it reaches the concistency of puree and add the creme fraiche.

Main Course Schnitzel with potatoes

Preparation:

Ingredients 200g potatoes 600 g of veal stew 3 eggs salt 250 g butterfat 1 lemon (s), sliced Flour, smooth bread crumbs

Cut the meat into slices. Cover the meat with a clear plastic film and gently flatten (knock). The strength of the schnitzel is individually tailored to the personal taste, but measures in the normal case about 6 mm. Season the meat on both sides with salt. Crack the eggs and beat them with a fork. Cover the meat on both sides with flour, pull through the eggs and then turn into bread crumbs (pressing the crumbs gently). Shake the schnitzel slightly and remove excess crumbs. Put enough butter in a pan about 2 - 3 cm high. Put the Schnitzel in the Veal stew: 360 kcal per 150g, hot fat and cook until it is brown with a repeated swing of the pan. Then potatoes: 147 kcal, use a meat fork to gently turn and bake from the other side. Liſt from ketchup: 22 kcal per 20g the pan with sharp knife. Drain the Schnitzel, dab the excess fat with a paper towel and serve with a lemon slice. Cook the potatoes. You can eat it with ketchup.

Dessert Nut corners

For covering:

Preparation:

Ingredients for 32 pieces For the dough: 130 g of butter or margarine 130 g of sugar 2 egg (s) 300 g flour 1 tsp, baked baking powder

4 tablespoons of apricot jam 200 g of butter or margarine 200 g of sugar 2 pts of vanilla sugar 200 g hazelnuts, ground 200 g hazelnuts, chopped 4 tablespoons of water Cake glaze, chocolate

Prepare the dough wuth all the ingredients and roll it out on a greased baking tray. Put the apricot jam on the rolled dough.

621 kcal per 100g

Put Butter, sugar and vanilla sugar into a pan and heat until the sugar has dissolved. Mix the nuts together with water and the butter-sugar mixture. Put on the dough. Bake at 175 ° C for 25 minutes. When it is still warm first cut it in rectangles, then cut into triangles and cover the corners with couverture or chocolate glaze. Download

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British menu Starter Breaded brie bites with cranberry sauce. • 8 ounces Brie • 1/2 a cup Breadcrumbs • 1 x Egg • Salt & pepper • 3 cups of oil for deep frying • 1 cup cranberry sauce

256 calories

Main Sausage, mash and onion gravy. • 2 tbsp veg oil • 8 sausages (beef, pork or flavoured) • 900g potatoes • 6 tbsp milk • 110g butter • Salt and pepper • 2 onions

• 2 tbsp veg oil • 2 tbsp butter • 1 tsp sugar • 1 tsp balsamic vinegar • 700ml beef stock • 4 tsp corn flour • 4 tsp cold water

Chocolate brownie • 185g unsalted butter • 185g dark chocolate • 85g plain flour • 40g cocoa powder • 50g white chocolate • 50g milk chocolate • 3 large eggs • 275g golden caster sugar

1010 calories

Dessert 288 calories per square

Our version of the starter ¨ Change the breadcrumbs to sesame seeds ¨ Baking instead frying ¨ White sugar which is put into the cranberry sauce should be replaced by sweetener.

Our version of the main dish ¨ Beef and pork sausages should be replaced by lean meat, such as chicken and turkey sausages. ¨ If you can, you should change the butter to oil. ¨ Sugar to sweetener

Our version of the dessert ¨ Replace all kinds of chocolate just with dark chocolate. ¨ Cocoa powder should be organic ¨ Sugar to sweetener (if it is possible) 46

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Greek menu

Appetizer Cheese balls

Total: 20 min. CaloriďŹ c content: Calories: 1437 kcal & chilling Yield: 20 servings Nutritional Value: Protein: 38.6 g Fat: 119.6 g Carbs: 80.6 g Dietitian Fibre: 7.2 g Calcium: 262 g Ferrum: 2.93 g

Ingredients 2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, soened 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup (4 ounces) crumbled feta cheese 5 green onions, chopped 3 garlic cloves, minced 1 tablespoon dill weed 2 teaspoons dried oregano 3/4 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper

From Taste of home Directions q In a large bowl, beat cream cheese and oil until smooth. q Stir in the feta cheese, onions, garlic, dill, oregano and pepper. q Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. q Shape cheese mixture into two balls. Wrap in plastic wrap; refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Serve with bagel chips. q Yield: 2 cheese balls (1-1/4 cups each). q Frying meals in high temperatures diminishes greatly food nutritional value. q Frying increases oxygen free radicals (harmful to our health) and lipids(LDL cholesterol) which are connected with cardiovascular diseases. q The use of olive oil has noted advantages, under certain conditions, compared to other oil types.

Alternative } Half of cup spinach } Bread crumbs } 1 cup potato } Pepper } 1 and a half cups feta cheese } Pinch of salt } 1 egg

- We have changed the ingredients due to it being a more healthier option. - It will also cut down the calories due to not as strong cheese used in this dish. - Directions the same as before.

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Main Course Chicken with Potatoes in the oven

Calorific content: Calories: 445 kcal Nutritional Value: Protein: 47 g Fat: 20.1 g Carbs: 47.4 g Dietitian Fibre: 4.5 g Calcium: 147 g Ferrum: 4.83 g

Total: 40 min Prep: 5 min Cook: 35 min Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients 2 pounds small red-skinned potatoes, quartered 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds (optional) Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped 2 tablespoons packed light brown sugar 1 lemon (1/2 juiced, 1/2 cut into wedges) Pinch of red pepper flakes 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts (1 ½ to 1 3/4 pounds) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro or Parsley

Directions q Position a rack in the lower third of the oven and preheat to 425 degrees F. q Toss the potatoes with 1 tablespoon olive oil, the cumin seeds, 3/4 teaspoon salt, and pepper to taste. q Spread in a large baking dish and roast until the potatoes begin to brown, 25 to 30 minutes. q Meanwhile, heat the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil in a small skillet over medium heat. q Add the garlic and cook, stirring frequently, until lightly golden, about 2 minutes. q Remove from the heat and stir in the brown sugar, lemon juice and red pepper flakes. q Remove the baking dish from the oven, push the potatoes to the sides and arrange the chicken breasts in the middle. q Season the chicken with salt and drizzle with the garlic mixture. q Return to the oven and bake until the chicken is cooked through and the potatoes are tender, about 20 minutes. q Remove from the oven; transfer the chicken to a cutting board and slice. q Add the cilantro to the baking dish and toss with the potatoes. Serve the chicken with the potatoes and lemon wedges. q Drizzle with the pan juices. q Chicken: high in proteins of important nutritional value (18.87) (basic elements for building body tissue) and low in saturated fat. High content in vit b3(niacin), (helps organism’s balanced function). Consumption of visible chicken fat (the skin) increases cholesterol, which is connected with cardiovascular diseases. q Potato: high in potassium (421mg), (it helps blood coagulation ), calcium (12mg) (basic bone element), vit c (19.7mg) (improves the immune system). Potatoes belong to the category of carbohydrates, providing the organism with energy. q The use of olive oil in meals boosts the intake of antioxidant vitamins(e.g. vit E). From: Food Network Magazine

Alternative } 3 average sized potatoes } 2 clove of garlic } 2 tablespoon olive oil } Pinch of salt } Pinch of pepper } 430g of boneless chicken } Chopped fresh parsley

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- We have changed the amount of potatoes and amount of chicken used. It will help cut down the calories in this chicken dish by less olive oil and a smaller portion of the ingredients also helps.


Dessert I Vanilla Ice Cream & Chocolate

Calorific content: Calories: 414 kcal Nutritional Value: Protein: 9.6 g Fat: 18.8 g Carbs: 52.9 g Dietitian Fibre: 0 g Calcium: 118 g Ferrum: 2.2 g

Total: 8 hr 18 min Prep: 8 min Inactive: 8 hr Cook: 10 min Yield: 1 1/2 quarts

Ingredients 3 cups half-and-half 1 cup heavy cream 8 large egg yolks 9 ounces vanilla sugar 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

From: Food Network Magazine

Directions q Place the half-and-half and the heavy cream into a medium saucepan, over medium heat. q Bring the mixture just to a simmer, stirring occasionally, and remove from the heat. q In a medium mixing bowl whisk the egg yolks until they lighten in color. q Gradually add the sugar and whisk to combine. q Temper the cream mixture into the eggs and sugar by gradually adding small amounts, until about a third of the cream mixture has been added. q Pour in the remainder and return the entire mixture to the saucepan and place over low heat. q Continue to cook, stirring frequently, until the mixture thickens slightly and coats the back of a spoon and reaches 170 to 175 degrees F. q Pour the mixture into a container and allow to sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. q Stir in the vanilla extract. q Place the mixture into the refrigerator and once it is cool enough not to form condensation on the lid, cover and store for 4 to 8 hours or until the temperature reaches 40 degrees F or below. q Pour into an ice cream maker and process according to the manufacturer's directions. This should take approximately 25 to 35 minutes. q Serve as is for soſt serve or freeze for another 3 to 4 hours to allow the ice cream to harden.

Alternative I Vanilla ice cream: } } } }

3 cups of low fat cream 8 large egg yolks 180g vanilla sugar 1 crushed vanilla bean (for flavoring instead of syrup extract)

We have changed the ice cream to low fat cream due to it not being as fattening.

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Dessert II Total: 8 hr 18 min Prep: 8 min Inactive: 8 hr Cook: 10 min Yield: 1 1/2 quarts

Ingredients 1 1/2 ounces unsweetened cocoa powder, approximately 1/2 cup 3 cups half-and-half 1 cup heavy cream 8 large egg yolks 9 ounces sugar 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

Directions q Place the cocoa powder along with 1 cup of the half-and-half into a medium saucepan over medium heat and whisk to combine. q Add the remaining half-and-half and the heavy cream. q Bring the mixture just to a simmer, stirring occasionally, and remove from the heat. q In a medium mixing bowl whisk the egg yolks until they lighten in color. Gradually add the sugar and whisk to combine. q Temper the cream mixture into the eggs and sugar by gradually adding small amounts, until about 1/3 of the cream mixture has been added. q Pour in the remainder and return the entire mixture to the saucepan and place over low heat. q Continue to cook, stirring frequently, until the mixture thickens slightly and coats the back of a spoon and reaches 170 to 175 degrees F. q Pour the mixture into a container and allow to sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. Stir in the vanilla extract. q Place the mixture into the refrigerator and once it is cool enough not to form condensation on the lid, cover and store for 4 to 8 hours or until the temperature reaches 40 degrees F or below. q Pour into an ice cream maker and process according to the manufacturer's directions. This should take approximately 25 to 35 minutes. q Serve as is for so serve or freeze for another 3 to 4 hours to allow the ice cream to harden.

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1/3 cup cocoa powder 4 eggs 30g of butter 2 Dark chocolate bars 3 cups of Fat free cream

q Ice creams are high in fat-21mg,cholesterol- 44mg and sugar-21mg. q Ice creams high in fat and sugar contribute to the development of obesity and diabetes. q Ice creams increase the possibilities of memory loss and the deterioration of the cognitive functions of the organism.

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Lithuanian menu Starter SCRAMBLED EGGS

PROTEINS: ~14g; FAT: 16g; CARBOHYDRATES: ~ 2g FIBER: 0 TOTAL NUTRITION VALUE: ~210 kcal

RECIPE INGREDIENTS: 2 large eggs (120 kcal); 2 tablespoons low-fat milk; Salt and black pepper; 1 slice cooked ham, chopped into bite-size pieces ( 45 kcal);

(210 kcal)

INTERESTING FACTS Alternative - 2 large eggs (120 kcal); - 2 tablespoons low-fat milk; - salt and black pepper; - Vegetables(carrots, tomatoes, peper, basilikum)(20kcal)

- PROTEINS: ~14g; - FAT: 10g; - CARBOHYDRATES: ~ 2g - FIBER: 50kcal - TOTAL NUTRITION VALUE: ~ 200 kcal

Its origin is unknown. While many people associate scrambled eggs with the French, others believe that the Romans were actually the ďŹ rst ones to create it; Even Napoleon Bonaparte was a fan of scrambled eggs. He loved it so much that he had all of the eggs in the town gathered in order to serve this dish to his entire army the next day.

Main Course ROAST CHICKEN BREAST (310kcal) RECIPE INGREDIENTS: 200g of boneless skinless chicken breasts (202 kcal); 1 tablespoon melted butter or olive oil; 1 teaspoon salt; 1/2 teaspoon black pepper; 1/2 teaspoon paprika 50g of rice (60 kcal) PROTEINS: 31g; FAT: 6g; CARBOHYDRATES: 12g; FIBER: 0,2g; TOTAL NUTRITION VALUE: ~310 kcal

INTERESTING FACTS - Deep frying chicken in fat was a Scottish tradition. Scottish people who immigrated to America continued this tradition; - Up until the early 1990s, roast chicken was a dish that was usually reserved for special occasions and holidays;

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Dessert BUNS

DOUGH: - 1 package yeast; - 1 teaspoon sugar (16 kcal); - 1/4 cup water; - 1 cup milk (96 kcal); - 1.7 ounces/50g butter – (358kcal); - 1.4 ounces/40g sugar – (155 kcal); - 1 pinch salt; - 2 large eggs (120 kcal); - 19.5 ounces/550 g flour – (2002kcal)

CURDS BUNS

- PROTEINS: 8,21g; - FAT: 5g; - CARBOHYDRATES: 53g; - FIBER: 1,6g; - TOTAL NUTRITION VALUE: ~285 kcal

CHEESE FILLING: - 14 ounces/400g dry curd (440kcal); - 3 tablespoons sugar (93kcal); - 1 large egg yolk (45 kcal); - 1 tablespoon vanilla sugar; - 1 large egg (beaten with 1 teaspoon water for egg glaze) (60 kcal. )

Alternative DOUGH: - 1 package yeast; - 1 teaspoon sugar (16 kcal); - 1/4 cup water; - 1 cup of low fat milk (32 kcal); - 1.7 ounces/50g butter – (358kcal); - 1.4 ounces/40g brown sugar (100 kcal); - 1 pinch salt; - 2 large eggs (120 kcal); - 19.5 ounces/550 wholemeal (550kcal) CHEESE FILLING: - 14 ounces/400g dry unsweeted curd (400kcal); - 3 tablespoons of brown sugar (80kcal); - 1 large egg yolk (45 kcal); - 1 tablespoon vanilla sugar; - 1 large egg (beaten with 1 teaspoon water for egg glaze) (60 kcal. )

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- PROTEINS: 7,5g; - FAT: 3g; - CARBOHYDRATES: 53g; - FIBER: 1,6g; - TOTAL NUTRITION VALUE: ~250 kcal


Norwegian menu Starter Everything is measured in each 100 grams.

Melon and cured ham •Cured ham: 23.1 kcal •Melon: 3.7 kcal

•Cut the melon in two and remove the seeds with a spoon. Then cut it in small boats and peel the melon. •Put the boats of melon on a plate with the cured ham. You can decorate with thime

Alternative Melon and tomato salad •Melon: 3.7 kcal •3 Tomatoes •1\4 of cucumber chopped into chunks •Mint, coriandier

•Cut the melon in two and remove the seeds with a spoon. Then peel the melon and cut it in chunks. •Mix all the ingredients.

Kcal 144 fat 6g Saturates 1g carbs 19g Sugars 19g fibre 5g Protein 4g salt 0.12g

Changes we made Ham is high in salt, so we replaced the ham with tomatoes and cucumber for a healthier alternative. There is already a meat option on the menu which would’ve made the meal quite fatty.

Main dish Homemade meatballs with brown sauce, creamed peas and potatoes The meatballs • Minced meat: 153 kcal • Salt, pepper, nutmeg and ginger. • Potato starch: 329 kcal • Water or milk: 41 kcal • Brown sauce • Butter: 746 kcal • Flour: 325 kcal • Bouillon: 3 kcal • Salt and pepper Recipe for main dish

Creamed peas • Frozen peas: 68 kcal • Meat bouillon mixed with water: 3 kcal • Butter: 746 kcal • Pepper Boiled potatoes • Water • Salt • Potatoes: 72 kcal Lingonberryjam: 162 kcal

• Use a foodprocessor and mix all the ingredients for the meatball. Mix it until its even. • Make the meat to a round cake with a spoon and some cold water. • Fry the cakes in a pan for two minutes on each side. Brown sauce • Melt the butter in a pot. Add the flour and warm it until ist light brown Download • Dilute with bouillon and stir the sause good. Then let it boil for 10 minutes and add salt and pepper. • Put the meatballs in the sauce to make them warm. Boil the potatoes Creamed peas National menu: http://bit.ly/2w21pwZ • Boil frozen peas in bouillon and use a foodprocessor to mixe it. Healthy alternative: http://bit.ly/2Bu77NI Taste with butter and pepper. 53


Homemade meatballs with tzatziki sauce and potatoes The meatballs •500g chicken thighs 239 kcal •Carrot, celery Tzatziki sauce •1 garlic clove •150ml natural yogurt 58,8 kcal •10 mint leaves •1 large cucumber •1 lemon, juiced Boiled potatoes •Water •Salt •Potatoes: 72 kcal

Recipe for main dish The meatballs •Heat oven to 200C. Blitz the celery, carrot, chicken and chives in a food processor until finely chopped. You may need to use a spatula to scrape the sides of the bowl a few times. •Shape into small meatballs. •To cook, put on a baking tray lined with greased foil and bake for 10 mins or until browned and cooked through. Tzatziki sauce •Mix everything together in a small bowl with a pinch of salt. Potatoes •Boil the potatoes

Changes we made We used chicken instead of beef, processed the meat ourselves as it reduces fat content. We changed the sauce to a healthier Tzatziki sauce and got rid of creamed peas.

Dessert Fruitsalad • Banana: 8.3 kcal • Kiwi: 5.9 kcal • Pear: 4.3 kcal • Mango: 6.6 kcal • Strawberry: 3.4 kcal • Grapes: 5.3 kcal • Apple: 4.7 kcal • Melon: 3.7 kcal • Vanillasauce: 14.6 kcal

• First cut all the fruit that you want in small dices. • Put all the fruit in a bowl and mix it all together • You can serve this with icecream or vanillasauce.

Changes we made We used chicken instead of beef, processed the meat ourselves as it reduces fat content. We changed the sauce to a healthier Tzatziki sauce and got rid of creamed peas.

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Tomato Cream Soup Ingredients: - 1 Onion – 37,7 kcal - 1 Broth 400g- 20kcal - Can of tomatoes – 82kcal - 30 ml Olive oil- 265 kcal - 60 ml Soury cream 18% -113 kcal - 250 ml Vegetable broth 100g - croutons

Instructions • Chop onions and rinse on olive oil • Add vegetable broth and tomatoes, boil. • Add rosemary and cook 10 min. • Mix it smoothly • Serve with croutons in a bowl

Instructions to prepare

Tortilla Wraps Ingredients: - Flour 100g/364 kcal - Water 0 kcal - Chesee 100g/371 kcal - Ham 100g/145 kcal - Red pepper 100g/40 kcal - Mustard sauce 100g/273 kcal

• Put the tortilla dough on the plate. • Put some sauce on a dough. • Put a piece of lettuce and a slice of ham. • Put slices of pepper. • Wrap it. Now you can enjoy your caloric tortilla!

Dessert Banana pudding with white chocolate Ingredients - 2 chocolates - 500g bananas - Natural yoghurt - A glass of milk Instruction Use a fork to crush bananas 2 dissolve chocolate and mix all products together Total calories;1074

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How to burn the calories


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Egg-fried rice

How to burn those calories 1 piece: 452 kcal Weight : 65 kg 1 hour of running (1km/12min) 455 kcal 1 hour of bicycling (moderate effort)

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1 hour of general dancing 358 kcal 7 hour of cooking food/preparation 455 kcal

Ingredients • 1 egg (155kcal) • 0,5 tbsp vegetable oil (130kcal) • 50g long-grain rice (uncooked weight), cooked and leſt to go cold (50kcal) • 25gfrozen peas, defrosted (rinse under warm water to do this quickly) (20kcal) • 1 spring onions, finely chopped (30kcal) • 25g beansprouts (optional) (4kcal) • 1tb spoon soy sauce (kcal) • ground white pepper

2,5 hour mopping 407,5 kcal Total calories: about 289 kcal

Chicken salad •1 Chicken breast (164 kcal) •Fat-free yogurt (20kcal) • 40g grapes (50kcal) • curry powder (25kcal) • a pinch of salt •25g walnuts (163kcal) •40g lettuce (10kcal)

How to burn those calories •Basketball for 1h. •Walking and jogging combination for 1,5h •Aerobics for 1h. Download

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Greek Menu Cheese balls

Ice cream

— Calories: 1437 kcal

— Calories: 414 kcal.

— It takes 3 hours and 42 minutes to burn the calories off by walking. — It takes 9 hours and 18 minutes to burn the calories off by shopping. — It takes 2 hours and 27 minutes to burn the calories off by skiing.

— It takes 37 minutes to burn the calories off by jumping rope. — It takes 1 hour and 2 minutes to burn the calories off by swimming. — It takes 1 hour and 23 minutes to burn the calories off by washing the car.

Chicken with Potatoes — Calories: 445 kcal — It takes 57 minutes to burn the calories off by playing kickball. — It takes 1 hour and 6 minutes to burn the calories off by liſting weights. — It takes 2 hours and a half to burn the calories off by cooking.

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ANTI-ADDICTION


An investigation into doping in sport carried out by Gausdal Vidergaendeskole noted that young people who were not involved in sport were far more likely to be involved in drugs than those who participated regularly in sporting activities. For males, this tended to be in order to improve physique quickly and without physical exertion by using anabolic steroids. Young females oen develop eating disorders in a desperate attempt to appear slim and these are growing, with images of the 'ideal' look spread through social media.

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Types of addiction in Germany Two types of addiction: type 1: addicted to a substance (e.g. alcohol, nicotine, heroin, etc.) type 2: internet, eating, smartphone, shopping addiction...

Signs of addiction type 1

type 2: signs of smartphone addiction

• Preoccupation • Secrecy: They won’t admit where they were or who rhey were with, • Change: in their social circle • Neglecting: their appearance, • Broke: Always asking for money • Unease: at socail events without the drug.

WhatsApp/Snapchat use

German organizations

- WhatsApp group for our year level: sometimes 300-400 messages a day - Less WhatsApp than Snapchat

German organizations - Deutsche Hauptstelle für Suchtfragen e.V. - Deutscher Caritasverband - Bundesverband für stationäre Suchthilfe - Fachverband Drogen- und Suchthilfe - Gesamtverband für Sucht ΰ most

of them focus on drugs and alcohol

Project at MKG: media scouts • Students are trained to become “scouts” – if students have issues with the use of media, they can seek advice from the media scouts • Media scouts have developed rules for Whatsapp groups to prevent bullying 72

- Caritas – program “Logout – independent from the internet” (3 year project for prevention and counselling) ΰ findings: parents do not give guidelines as to how to use media ΰ problem: there is no definition of when the use of media becomes an addiction - Aktiv gegen Mediensucht - specialized on self- help groups

What to do when you have an addiction to your phone? - set yourself time periods in which you don’t use your phone - very strict time rules for children!! - determine activities in which you don’t use your phone (e.g. dinner, meeting with friends) - track your smartphone use - don’t bring your phone to bed - try to spend your time with healthier activities instead (e.g. reading, chatting with friends face to face) - remove social media apps from your, so you can Download - only check on it through your computer http://bit.ly/2NbYfwU


Addictions in the United Kingdom FAST Food Fast Food addiction can be emotionally draining and is classed as a disease similar to drug or alcohol addiction in which a chemical reaction in the brain is triggered by a certain behaviour. With food addiction, the behaviour that triggers the reaction is eating a particular food or a particular amount of food. Being addicted to fast food can lead to: •Obesity •Heart disease •High blood pressure •Type 1 diabetes

• UK are Europe's biggest fast food consumers • 2.5 million people in the UK are said to visit McDonald's every day • In England, 24.8% of adults are obese and 61.7% are either overweight or obese, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre

Organisations that help people with food addictions: •Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous - Non-profit charitable organisation that is primarily funded through contributions given by members of FA (Food addicts) •Newmarket House Clinic -A daily rate of £495 is charged, A one off assessment fee of £180 is also payable. But treatment costs may be recoverable under major health insurance schemes. •NHS to support those who are dealing with conditions – Government Funded

SMOKING A definition of smoking is the ‘inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes and cigars’. The National Health Service (NHS) provide a treatment called Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) which can be brought in any pharmacies and shops. The products available include skin patches, chewing gum, inhalators (which look like plastic cigarettes), tablets, oral strips and lozenges, nasal and mouth spray. There are other organisations that provide treatments/programmes to help with this addictions but most of the treatments/programmes are provided by the NHS. Each year there is an initiative which is run in the UK to try to encourage people of all ages to quit smoking, it is called Stoptober. It is a 28 day challenge where additional support is given to try to encourage people to stop fully or aſter the 28 days reduce the amount they smoke or perhaps change to e-cigarettes. Studies have shown that people are 5 times more likely to quit if they follow a challenge such as Stoptober. Each day, more than 3,200 people in the UK under 18 smoke their first cigarette, and approximately 2,100 youth and young adults become daily smokers.8.6 million people in the UK live with a serious illness caused by smoking. More than 11% of secondary school students have asthma, and studies suggest that youth who smoke are more likely to develop asthma.

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ALCOHOL The definition of alcohol is ’a clear liquid that has a strong smell, that is used in some medicines and other products, and that is the substance in liquors (such as beer, wine, or whiskey) that can make a person drunk’. The amount of alcohol units people are advised to drink is not a more then 14 units a week. Each year there is a campaign called ‘Dry January’ when Alcohol Concern work with six national charities who tackle issues closely related to alcohol. Together, they work to reduce the harm caused by alcohol. There are many organisations that will help people over come alcohol addictions, here are some of them u NHS – They can give people medication to help them, In the UK, in 2015 there were 8,758 alcohol-related deaths (around 14 per 100,000 people). The mortality rates are highest among people aged 55-64. Therapy and help you create a drinking diary which might be asked to do any therapy sessions. u Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Centre- Provides a treatment program just for women. This centre has agreements serval different insurances, so if a someone wanted to go there then the centre would call them and request information about their Mental Health benefits, to see what the cost of their treatment would be. u 7% of adults in England regularly drink over the Chief Medical Officer’s low-risk guidelines, and 2.5 million people report drinking over 14 units on their heaviest drinking days. u In England, there are an estimated 595,131 dependent drinkers, of whom only 108,696 are currently accessing treatment. u Alcohol misuse is the biggest risk factor for death, ill-health and disability among 15-49 year-olds in the UK, and the fiſth biggest risk factor across all ages. u Alcohol is the UK's biggest risk factor for death, ill-health and disability for people aged 15-49

DRUGS u Drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting usually takes more than good intentions or a strong will. Drugs change the brain in ways that make quitting hard, even for those who want to. u Most drugs affect the brain's "reward circuit". This is the part of the brain that controls the body's ability to feel pleasure. It also motivates a person to repeat behaviour’s needed to thrive, a basic example being breathing. However, when drugs are taken the drug then becomes a habit that the brain thinks it needs to get through daily life. u In 2015/16 there were 8,621 hospital admissions with a primary diagnosis of drug-related mental health and behavioural disorders. This is 6 per cent more than 2014/15 and 11 per cent higher than 2005/06.In 2017 there were just under 3000 people die of drug overdose in the UK alone. u There were 15,074 hospital admissions with a primary diagnosis of poisoning by illicit drugs. This is 6 per cent more than 2014/15 and 51 per cent more than 2005/06. u In 2015 there were 2,479 registered deaths related to drug misuse. This is an increase of 10 per cent on 2014 and 48 per cent higher than 2005. u There are multiple organisations in the UK that concentrate their work on helping people with drug addictions and educating others on the consequences. The main two that have had their work recognised by people all over the UK is the NIDA which stands for the Nation Institute of on Drug Abuse and the NCADD which stands for National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Both of these organisations are funded by the government. u NHS data suggest one in every 11 patients in England is being prescribed medication that could be addictive, or difficult to come off. u Prescribing of "addictive medicines" - sedatives and painkillers - has increased 3% over five years http://digital.nhs.uk/catalogue/PUB23442 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-42787958 74


PRESCRIPTION DRUGS CASE STUDIES FROM THE UK Judy's story u Judy (not her real name), who is 43 and from Shropshire, was prescribed diazepam at the age of 30 to treat anxiety. She still takes it now. u"My whole life has been torn apart. It's an absolute medical disaster. u"My aim is to get off it, of course, but with each tiny drop in dose, the symptoms hit - and so hard - it's horrific." Claire's story u Claire (not her real name), 43 and from West Yorkshire, has been taking antidepressants for most of her adult life. She was prescribed them at the age of 22 when she was experiencing a particularly difficult, stressful time. u Two decades on, she is still on the medication, although she wants to stop. u" Once you are on it, it's like a roundabout and nobody wants to help you get off. There's been very little support. I've been tempted to go cold turkey, which is not the best thing to do. u"You take the drugs and you feel a bit better and you don't have the motivation to change things. There's safety in the familiar. u"With different support in the beginning I might not be this medicated person."

MOBILE PHONES As more and more research is being carried out looking at the use of mobile and smartphones there is growing speculation on the effects that can be caused by the frequent use of the devises. The biggest killer in the UK that is linked to the use of mobile phones is the distraction it causes whilst driving. Last year alone this killed almost 2,000 people in the UK. u Cell Phone Addiction – Although cell phones allow individuals to have unlimited access to information and to connect with others in a way otherwise thought impossible, there are many harmful and disturbing effects of smartphone dependence. Cell phone addiction, sometimes referred to as problematic mobile phone use, is a behavioural addiction thought to be similar to that of an Internet, gambling, shopping, or video game addiction and leads to severe impairment or distress in one’s life. u By the end of 2016 over 92 million phone contracts had been taken out. u Last year it was seen that just over 94% of adults in Britain used a mobile phone (www.ofcom.org.uk) u 71% of people sleep with or next to their cell phones. u 44% of 18-24 year olds have fallen asleep with their phone in their hand. u There are no official organisations that help with mobile phone addictions however there are certain company’s and organisations that are making the population more aware of the effects that the overuses of a mobile phone can have. An example of one of these is the NHS (National Health Service. Things such as posters and television adverts and now becoming more and more common, these are funded by the NHS which is a publicly funded non profitable organisation.

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Adolescents’ addictions in Greece EUROPEAN SCHOOL SURVEY PROJECT ON ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

Ερευνητικό Πανεπιστηµιακό Ινστιτούτο Υγιεινής (EΠΙΨY) University Mental Health Research Institute (UMHRI)

Cigarette use On 2015, the decline observed over the past 15 years seems to continue in most of the smoking indicators for 16-year-old students in Greece. Characteristically, from 1999 to 2015, the daily smoker rate has halved from 23.4% to 11.1%, while for the same period the proportion of those who smoke more than 10 cigarettes a day ("heavy" smokers) dropped from 10,5% to 2.9%.

Alcochol use 1. Recent consumption of alcohol (last month) is reported by two out of three 16-year-olds (66.2%), with one out of 13 (7.6%) reporting frequent consumption (at least 10 times in the last month). Gender does not differ in recent alcohol consumption, but boys report frequent in a higher percentage than girls (9.6% and 5.6%, respectively). Boys consume more oſten beer and girls wine.

Internet use, gaming, gambling

2. 6.2% of students report being intoxicated at least 3 times in the last year, boys and girls at similar percentages. Significantly decreases from 2003 onwards 2015 the proportion of 16-year-olds who say they were intoxicated at least 3 times the previous year, from 10.9% to 6.2%.

1. More than two out of 3 students (68.7%) are connected to the internet seven days a week. One out of four (23.9%) reported using the internet for at least 4 hours daily from Monday to Thursday, and one in 6 (17.6%) for at least 6 hours daily from Friday to Sunday. 2. Most of the days and hours on the internet students spend them on social media (5.5 days a week and 2.4 hours per day of use). Moreover music, movies or downloading programs (4.5 days for 2.0 hours per day), studying or simply surfing for information (2.9 days for 1.1 hours per day) and online games (1.4 days per day in a week for 0.8 hours per day). 3. More boys than girls report frequent online engagement to war or strategy games and games from which one can bet money for purchases; on the contrary, more girls than boys report frequent use of the internet for social networking, surfing or search for information and music or movies. 4. More than one out of three students showed high scores on a specific scale assessment of adherence to social media, more girls. The boys, on the contrary, showed higher scores on a similar scale of adhesion in computer games, compared to girls (27.6% and 6.8%, respectively). 76

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How are the rates in our region and in our schools compared to the national rates? Light brown for Messinia Dark brown for the national percentage The rates of the region of Messinia for the use of addictive substances do not differ significantly from those of the other prefectures of the Peloponnese region and do not differ from those in the national sample. An exception is the excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages and the low use of cannabis from those of the national sample.

Addictions-Conclusion Greece q Encouraging are the findings of the survey for the teens who show downward trend in smoking and alcohol use as well as opposition to the spread of drug use. q However, it remains important that a part of adolescents reported substance use - legal and illegal - and their impact on high risk behaviors. q Additional threats have been the spread of new substances in recent years and other potentially addictive behaviors, such as excessive online gambling, online gaming and betting.

Mobile phone Where do Greek students use their mobile phones or tablets in a strange way? At school during the lessons •Even though it is forbidden to students to bring mobile phones at Greek schools •We brought them and we photographed our friends and teachers inside or outside the classroom. •During the lessons

•The mobile phone in the book or

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…during break time

• Students behind the trees

…at home on the couch or before bed time

• In the couch while relaxing or in the blankets hiding from our parents

What organisations exist to help people with addictions in Greece? Addictions-Organisations

Therapy Centre for Dependent Individuals 1. KETHEA is the largest rehabilitation and social reintegration network in Greece. Its services are offered free of charge on the street and in prisons and rehabilitation units around Greece. KETHEA also helps people suffering from other forms of addiction including alcohol, gambling and the Internet. Its aims are full and sustained abstinence from substances for the individual and their equitable reintegration into society.

Resources KETHEA is funded by the Hellenic Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity, by its workshops and production units, and by private donations and EU programs. Treatment costs are significantly reduced thanks to the work undertaken by volunteers

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• The Organization Against Drugs (OKANA) is a self-governing legal entity under the supervision of the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity funded by the state or the European Union. • For the elaboration of the national drug policy, OKANA cooperates with national institutions as well as with European and international organizations


Alcoholics Anonymous

1. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. 2. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. 3. They are no duties or fees for A.A membership as they are self supporting through our own contributions.

Greek S@ferinternet Awareness Centre •The Greek Saferinternet Awareness Centre is the national representative for Greece of the Insafe Network of Safer Internet Awareness Centres, with 31 members across Europe. Within the Insafe network, Saferinternet.gr exchanges ideas, experiences, best practices and informative material with its fellow awareness centres. The Awareness Centre is coordinated and implemented by the non-profit organisation Safer Internet Hellas. •The Greek Awareness Centre Saferinternet.gr and the Internet safety campaign running in Greece since 2004, are implemented with the co-funding of the European Commission, within the framework of the Safer Internet programme (period 2004 - 2014), the CEF-Telecom programme (2015 onwards) and private donators. •We must say that there many others state or public organisations whose aim is to help people from addictions.

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Addictions in Lithuania What is addiction? ΄Addiction is a brain disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli despite adverse consequences. Despite the involvement of a number of psychosocial factors, a biological process – one which is induced by repeated exposure to an addictive stimulus – is the core pathology that drives the development and maintenance of an addiction. ΄The two properties that characterize all addictive stimuli are that they are reinforcing (a person will seek repeated exposure to them) and intrinsically rewarding (the actions are positive, desirable, and pleasurable)

Mobile phones The average mobile phone user checks their device 150 times a day, and a recent study cited that ΄ 94% of college students reported feeling troubled when not carrying their phones with them, ΄80% of them said they felt jealous when someone else held their phones, ΄ 70% said they expected to have feelings of depression, panic and helplessness if their phones were lost or stolen.

Signs that you are completely addicted to your phone ΄You worry about losing your cell phone ΄You take your phone to the bathroom ΄You check your phone constantly, in most cases without any reason ΄The first thing you do aſter getting up in the morning, and the last thing you do before going to sleep at night, is check your phone

Tablets ΄ Compared with smartphones, tablets don’t trigger such intense emotions because, although they have all of the bells and whistles needed for them to be classified as mobile devices, we tend not to see them in that way. ΄According to Salesforce’s “2014 Mobile Behavior Report” , just 14% of consumers associate tablets and e-readers with the word “mobile.” Instead, the tablet is regarded largely as an in-home device that lends itself well to cross-device usage. ΄People who own both a smartphone and a tablet don’t spend any less time using their smartphone than those who don’t own a tablet, which means that we regard them as filling different functions. They aren’t interchangeable, despite their similarity in function and design. Download

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Computers ΄Computer addiction is characterized by an excessive desire and subsequent use of the internet or the computer that results in negative consequences socially, financially, physically, emotionally or otherwise for the user. ΄A preoccupation with computers can lead to problems with relationships, problems with productivity or problems with self-care and hygiene. ΄There are many uses for computers and the internet and in many cases, an individual may spend 6 or more hours in a day on the computer but still not be considered an addict.

Smoking Cigarette smoking is a complex behaviour that over time has becomes powerfully compulsive. Nicotine causes changes in the structure and function of the brain producing both ΄positive experiences such as feelings of arousal, relaxation, and improved concentration ΄negative withdrawal symptoms such as nervousness, restlessness, irritability, anxiety and impaired concentration.

Alcohol ΄Nearly one-quarter of the women in the country engaged in binge drinking, more than women in any other country. ΄More than 30% of deaths in Lithuania were related to alcohol consumption in 2012. ΄Nearly 10% of the country's population suffered from an alcohol use disorder. ΄Although Lithuania does monitor alcohol consumption and measures its social and health consequences, drinking is still a national problem.

Statistics ΄According to the latest World Health Organisation data, Lithuanians are the world’s heaviest drinkers. ΄In 2016, Lithuanians drank, on average, the equivalent of 18.2 litres of pure alcohol per person, up from 14.9 litres more than a decade ago. ΄That is the same as 910 large beers (500ml) or medium glasses of wine (152ml) over the year, equating to two-and-a-half glasses a day

New measures to control alcohol use in Lithuania since 1 January 2018, ΄banning alcohol advertising entirely from TV, radio or newspapers, ΄cutting the hours at which alcohol can be sold in shops. Shorter hours of selling alcohol: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm., Sunday-10am-3pm ΄increasing the legal drinking age from 18 to 20. It will not only be illegal for those under 20 to drink alcohol, but unless they work in bars, they will be banned from even touching it, making the law the most prohibitive in Europe.

Litres of pure alcohol per capita, aged 15+. 2016 estimates

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Drugs ΄Data from the 2012 general population survey indicate that slightly more than 1 in 10 Lithuanian adults have ever used an illicit substance. ΄Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug in Lithuania, and its use is concentrated among young adults aged 15-34 years. ΄Males were four times more likely to report lifetime use of cannabis; however, the gender gap narrowed in younger age groups. ΄ In 2012, amphetamines were the most common illicit stimulants used by young adults

Substance used among 15- to 16- year-old school students in Lithuania

*European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD)

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Organisations Lithuanian Youth Organizations Council ΄It is the biggest youth organization in Lithuania, which unites most of national youth organizations. ΄It is funded by various companies and government.

Addictions Specialists’ Association ΄Non-governmental organization, founded in 2015. ΄The main aim of this organization is to consult and help people who are suffering from addictions. ΄It is funded by various charities.

National Tabaco and Alcohol Control Coalition ΄It is a governmental campaign which works on reducing alcohol and tabaco usage. ΄This association tries to educate people about addictions, in a hope that it will reduce the number of people who are addicted to social media, gambling and drugs.

National Users’ Confederation ΄It was founded in 2003, its members are non-governmental organizations that deal with users’ interest and defend their rights. ΄Their biggest objective is to unite Lithuanian users organizations and to make users more aware and responsible.

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ADDICTION Norway Mobile phone/ Internet addiction • Increasing problem • Asians and Americans seem to be the most addicted, but it is an increasing problem in Europe • Symptoms: - without the mobile phone/Internet access an addict feels lost, annoyed, depressed or restless - addicts seem to escape real life challenges when online, trust phone/Internet will solve their problems • No national helpline, but organisations specializing in helping people, e.g. https://sincero.no/symptomer-og-behandling-av-nettavhengighet/

Alcohol • • • • •

Alcohol can be bought and used by people as from the age of 18 Beverages containing more than 4,7 % alcohol can be purchased in state licenced shops only Young people drink alcohol at parties, in clubs and generally when celebrating something No indication of raising number of alcoholics among young people, but statistics estimate that 10 % of grown-ups drink more than recommended Several helplines and state/national organisations providing information, counselling and/or treatment: http://www.rustelefonen.no/fakta-om-alkohol/alkohol-og-avhengighet/, https://akan.no/rus-og-avhengighet/alkohol/

Drugs • About 15 % of Norwegians have tried «soſt drugs» (e.g. cannabis) at least once, but only about 4 % recently (last 12 months), which indicates a low number of addicts • About 0,2 % of the population are addicted to hard drugs (no indication of increase) • Helplines, state/national organisations providing information, counselling and/or treatment: http://www.rustelefonen.no/fakta-om-rusmidler/, https://helsedirektoratet.no/folkehelse/psykisk-helse-og-rus/behandle-rusmiddelavhengighet

Tobacco and Snuff • • • • •

About 11 % of the population smoke regularly (every day) Significant reduction (22 % in 2007) About 12 % of the population take snuff regularly (every day) Clear increase (9 % in 2012) Helplines and state/national organisations providing information, counselling and/or treatment: https://helsenorge.no/rus-og-avhengighet/snus-og-roykeslutt/nikotin-og-avhengighet, https://www.helsenett.no/250-sykdommer/royking/royking/2096-tobakk-og-avhengighet.html, https://www.helsenett.no/sok.html?searchword=snus, https://helsenorge.no/rus-og-avhengighet/snus-og-roykeslutt/

Gambling • • • •

Online gambling results in more people getting addicted Commercials for online betting and gambling on TV frequently No recent statistics, but an estimated 20.000 addicts (0.4 %) Helplines and state/national organisations providing information, counselling and/or treatment: http://spillavhengighet.no/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIj5mRhaef2wIVUNwZCh3K4wdLEAAYAiAAEgIk2PD_BwE, https://hjelpelinjen.no/

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Addictions in the life of a human being

Cigarettes Addiction to cigarettes (or nicotinism) seems to be a seemingly safe practise. There are no direct negative effects of smoking, such as are observed, for example in people who takes drugs. But this can induce lung cancer or other dangerous not only for the person who smokes but also for people who stay near smokers, They are called passive smokers. In Poland smoking in public places is forbidden. For braking this law we can pay fine worth 500 PLN (1150NOK)

Alcohol Addiction to alcohol in large amounts of alcohol the way to the well-being of a drinker, excessive cheerfulness, slowing reactions to courage. There are many social and health problems associated with alcohol in take. In Poland, we can legally buy alcohol aſter finishing 18 years old

Internet The Internet is addictive and attracts more and more people. The reason is development of the technology such as more social networking sites or more new games. What results : -Unethical behavior in the network caused by a sense of anonymity. -Neglecting duties poor results in of learning -Disappearance of emotional ties with family relatives and friends. -Resignation from movement and motivation in the open air.

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Help at school - In Poland, there is a pedagogue available in each school which is there to help students in all kind of problems including addictions

Polish law vs drugs - So drugs like Marijuana in poland is forbidden by law. If we get coaught with it we can be senteced for 3 years of prison.

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Today's lifestyle can be hectic and stressful for young people as they try to keep up with technology, their studies, their social networks and ever-increasing expectations on them to succeed quickly. They rarely take time out to relax and are unfamiliar with relaxation techniques which might help them to concentrate better and achieve greater results.

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arm massage


Do you spend a lot of hours on your smartphone? Do you spend a lot of hours in front of your computer? Arm massage is the solution!

Get the oil or cream, place on your hands and warm it up in your hands.

Arm massage

Apply product to the arms, covering all surfaces of the lower arm.

Next with pressure eeurage up and down the arm, with alternate hands.

Thumb knead, from the wrist to the elbow in a kneading motion‌ using both thumbs and glide back down

Gently turn the arm over Thumb knead (Circular motion) from wrist to the elbow on the inside of the forearm.

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Palmer knead on the inside of the forearm,

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with both hands.

Support the hand and thumb knead the palm of the hand.

Apply pressure to the pressure point in the palms, then drain.

Turn hand over, thumb knead metacarpals spaces in the hand.

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Hold the wrist and twist anti clockwise and clockwise,

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repeat a few times.

Add pressure to the finger joints.

Support the wrist and rotate each finger

Lock hands and gently pull the fingers and stretch Then rotate wrists each way

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Eeurage the forearm again and repeat on other hand

Some of our level 2 beauty therapy students practicing manicures with the arm massage.

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Warming up is an essential part of yoga so, including breathing exercises and stretching:

Yoga

Lie down on the floor and breathe calmly… in and out…

Make sure you stretch well. Lie on your side, bend your right leg, stretch out your right arm on the floor and try to reach the floor behind you with your leſt arm.

Lie on your back, put your feet firmly on the ground and liſt up your thighs.

Then fold your hands underneath your back.

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Sit on the floor, almost cross-legged but put the soles of your feet together. Bend forward as low as possible and stretch out your arms in front of you into the floor.

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Sit on your bottom, liſt up your outstretched legs. The tips of your toes should point towards your body. Stretch out your arms nect to your legs…and smile…

Sit on the floor and stretch out your legs next to each other on the floor. Bend forward until you reach your toes. Try to lower to head. Hold…and hold…and hold.

Stand up, put your feet firmly on the ground, slightly apart. Shake your arms and bend forward. Fold your hands and lay them on the floor. And hold…

And finally… stand on one leg, put your other foot onto your thigh. Bend this leg to the side. Put together the palms of your hands as if you were praying.

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EDUCATION


This project take a holistic approach to the education of young people and investigates the role that schools can play in turning their students' lives around. Each of the partner countries has their own problems as well as their own strengths which they can share and learn from. The project also extends across the schools' curricula as student ambassadors will spread the experience gained from their training and research to all areas of the curriculum and beyond the partner institutions, into the community. The project also looks at how the problems aect refugees and the solutions which we develop might be used to help them to integrate more eectively and return to a safe, healthy lifestyle.

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The German school system Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium Cologne Germany Kindergarten

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Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium Subjects at Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium in Sekundarstufe I • year 5-9: German, English, Maths, PE, RE/philosophy, social sciences (geography, history or politics), science (physics, biology or chemistry) art/music • starting in year 6: second foreign language – French/Latin • starting in year 8: biology/PE, art/music, politics/history

Subjects at Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium in Sekundarstufe II • year 10: first year of Sekundarstufe II – students choose 10 subjects • year 11&12: students choose 2 A-Levels courses • Abitur (final degree): all marks from year 11+12 count into the final mark + final exams (3 written + 1 oral exam) • starting in year 10: Spanish

Promotion of healthy lifestyle at Maximilian-Kolbe-Gymnasium • PE as a subject throughout all classes • Bundesjugendspiele – competition in athletics at the end of the school year • competition – competition between different classes and classes/teachers • extra-curricular sports: golf, fitness, football

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The Education System in England Subjects Taught aged 3-13

Types of provision Subjects taught aged 13-16

Further Education aged 16+ Academic • A Levels • Leads to university or employment Vocational • Traineeships • Apprenticeships • Diplomas/Certificates • Work experience in every programme of study • Also leads to university or employment.

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Personal Social Health Citizenship Education


The Greek Educational System Geniko Lykeio Arfaron - Messinia-Greece Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας Άρθρο 16

Article 16 of the Greek Constitution states

Η παιδεία αποτελεί βασική αποστολή του κράτους... Όλοι οι Έλληνες έχουν δικαίωμα δωρεάν παιδείας...

that education is the main mission of the State and all Greeks are entitled to free education at all levels at State Educational Institutions. We must stress that all inhabitants of Greece, either Greeks or foreigners are entitled to free education at all levels at State Educational Institutions.

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ Υπουργείο Παιδείας Έρευνας και Θρησκευμάτων

q The Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs is one of the oldest ministries in Greece, established in 1833. q It is responsible for running the country's education system and for supervising religions in Greece. q Since 6th November 2016 Kostas Gavroglou has been the minister of Education. One of the main characteristics of the Greek education system is that it is fairly centralised. The Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs exercises supervisory control over all types of primary and secondary education schools by defining the content of the curricula, recruiting and appointing staff and controlling funding. Tertiary institutions are nominally autonomous; however, the Ministry is responsible for their funding and the distribution of students to undergraduate courses.

This is a brief description of the education system via a schematic diagram. Compulsory education in Greece lasts for ten years and extends from the age of 5 to the age of 15 years. In particular, the Greek educational system is mainly divided into three levels: primary, secondary and tertiary, with an additional post-secondary level providing vocational training.

1. Early Childhood Education Care Child and Infant Centre (ages 0 to 4)

2. Primary education Primary education is divided into pre-primary school lasting one or two years (ages 4 to 6) and primary school spanning six years (ages 6 to 12). In what regards early childhood education care, Vrefonipiakoi stathmoi (Child and Infant Centres) and Paidikoi Stathmoi (Child care Centres) operate under the remit of the Municipal Authorities or the private sector. Pre-primary education in Greece begins at the age of four (4) when children are allowed to enroll in Nipiagogeia (Kindergartens). Attendance is compulsory for all five (5) year-old children. The operation of Nipiagogeia falls under the authority of the Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs. Primary Education is the next stage and comprises of the compulsory six-year attendance in Dimotika Scholeia (Primary Schools).

2.1. Pre-primary school- Kindergarten (ages 4 to 6) 2.2. Primary school (ages 6 to 12)

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3. Secondary Education Enrollment to the next tier of compulsory education, the Gymnasium, is automatic that is there are no entry exams. Secondary Education includes two cycles: the first one is compulsory and corresponds to Gymnasio (Lower Secondary School) and the second one is the optional Geniko or Epaggelmatiko (Vocational)Lykeio. a)general secondary education – offered in Geniko Lykeio (General Lyceum); it involves a three-year programme, which includes both common core subjects and optional subjects of specialisation b) vocational secondary education – offered in Epaggelmatiko Lykeio (Vocational Lyceum). The latter offers two cycles of studies, which belong to the formal educational system: a. the secondary cycle and b. the optional post-secondary cycle of studies, the so-called “apprenticeship class”, a scheme which involves combined school and workplace courses. Parallel to day schools, Esperina Genika Lykeia (Evening General Lyceums) and Esperina Epaggelmatika Lykeia (Evening Vocational Lyceums) also operate. These involve a four-year attendance and the minimum age for enrolment for the latter is the age of 16.

3.1. Lower Secondary School 3.1.1. Gymnasio (ages 13 to 15)- compulsory q There αre six types of gymnasiums: 1. General Gymnasium 2. Athletic Gymnasium 3. Music Gymnasium 4. Art Gymnasium 5. Experimental Gymnasium 6. Church Gymnasium q A school-day starts at 8:15 and finishes at 14:15. q The classes last 45 minutes. q The school year always starts on 11th September and ends on 31th May. q Final written exams start on 1st June and finish on 7th June. q Exams in subjects: Greek Language & Literature, History, Mathematics and Physics. q Subjects: Modern Greek language, Modern Greek literature, Ancient Greek language, Ancient Greek Literature, Mathematics (Algebra and Geometry), nd Physics, Biology, Geography, History, Religious Education, English language, 2 Foreign Language (usually French or German), Technology, Computers Science, Music, Art, Physical Education etc.

3.2. Upper Secondary School 3.2.1. Geniko Lykeio-General Lyceum (ages 15 to 18) High Schools offer a combination of General Education courses and Advanced Placement courses. Students who wish to pursue studies in Higher Education take Panhellenic - National exams in a specific number of Advanced Placement courses which fall into one of the following categories: Humanities, Science, Technology. This is considered to be a tough and highly competitive exam process that students go through in order to ensure education at a higher level. A General Lyceum like ours in Arfara operates like this:

q A school-day starts at 8:15 and finishes at 14:15. q The classes last 45 minutes. q The school year always starts on 11th September and ends on 10th May. q Final written exams start on 11th May and end on 2nd June/7th June -19th June, entry exams for the Universities (3rd Grade).

1st Grade q Subjects of General Education: Ancient Greek, Modern Greek Language, Modern Greek Literature, Algebra, Geometry, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History, Political Studies, Religious Education, Research Project, Foreign Language: English, Physical Education q Subjects of selection: Applications of Computer Science, or Geology and Management of Natural Resources ,or Greek and European Culture, or Art Education 110


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q Subjects of General Education q Orientation Subject Groups: a. Subjects of the Humanities Orientation Group: 1. Ancient Greek Language 2. Latin 3. History 4.Greek Literature 5.Sociology b. Subjects of the Economical and Computer Science Orientation Group: 1. Mathematics 2. Economy 3. Computers Science 4.History 5.Sociology c. Subjects of the Science Studies Orientation Group: 1.Mathematics 2.Biology 3.Physics 4.Chemistry 5.Computers Science

a. Subjects of the Humanities Orientation Group 1. Ancient Greek Language and Literature 2. Basic Principles of Social Sciences b. Subjects of the Sciences Orientation Group 1. Physics 2. Mathematics

3.2.2. Epaggelmatiko Lykeio (EPA.L.)-Vocational Lyceum (ages 15 to 18/19) 3.2.2.1. The secondary cycle q A school-day starts at 8:15 and finishes at 14:15. q The classes last 45 minutes. q The school year always starts on 11th September and ends on 10th May. q Final written exams start on 11th May and end on 26th May /6th June – 21th June entry exams for the Universities (3rd Grade). The programmes are organised by sector, group and specialty, with most sectors offering two or more specialties. The sectors currently covered are Information Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering/Electronics/Automation, Construction, Environment and Natural Resources, Administration and Economics, Agronomy-food Technology and Nutrition, and Occupations in the Merchant Marine (captain, mechanic).

3.2.2.2. The post-secondary cycle of studies-apprenticeship class

q The ‘apprenticeship year’ (education in the workplace)- optional. q Certificate and diploma attesting completion of the three-year upper secondary education. q Includes learning at the workplace, a specialisation course,- 9 months- and preparatory courses for certification at the school29 weeks/203 hours.

4. Special Education 5. Education for Refugees 6. Higher education 6.1 Panepistimio (University) 6.2 Technological Education Institutions (TEI) 7. Lifelong Learning Non-formal VET : q Vocational Training Schools (SEK) q Post-secondary VET schools (IEK) q Colleges q Lifelong Learning Centres (LLCs)

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Lithuanian Education System

Pre-school and primary education ΄According to the Law on Education, children who have reached 5 years of age start pre-school education and at the age of 7 they go to the 1st form. The duration of the primary education programme is 4 years. ΄Achievements and progress of 1st-4th form pupils are not assessed with marks. Assessment is based on the idiographic principle. ΄Children acquire elementary literacy, social, informational and cognitive skills, which are necessary for proceeding to basic (lower secondary) education.

Lower Secondary Education ΄Basic (lower secondary) education is compulsory. It lasts for 6 years (ages 10/11 to 16/17. ΄The programme consists of two cycles: 5th – 8th and 9th – 10th grades. The purpose of first cycle is to integrate the basics of knowledge, abilities and skills. The second cycle is oriented to education of abstract thinking; the knowledge is more generalized. ΄A 10 point scale is used with 10 as the highest mark and 4 as the lowest passing mark.

Upper Secondary Education ΄Upper secondary education is not compulsory and is usually provided for two years (forms 11th and 12th in secondary schools and forms 3rd and 4th in gymnasiums). ΄The purpose of secondary education is to assist a person in the acquisition of general academic, socio-cultural and technological literacy, moral, national and civic maturity. ΄Pupils study according to individual education plans (28-32 lessons per week)

Examinations Aſter completion of the secondary education programme, school leavers take final examinations: Download

΄ two final examinations: a compulsory examination in the Lithuanian Language and Literature and an elective examination. ΄ In total, school leavers can select no more than five examinations. http://bit.ly/2vZdP8y ΄Generally most school leavers select three examinations. In addition to the mandatory examination in the Lithuanian Language and Literature, the most popular are national examinations in English, History, and Mathematics.

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Šiauliai “Romuvos” Gymnasium is an upper-secondary school which provides general education. There are 565 students and 50 highly-qualified teachers are enrolled in education here.

Siauliu “Romuvos” Gymnasium “Romuvos” Gymnasium is a school with well-equipped classrooms and modern learning environment. It is the only school in the city which can offer special facilities for disabled students. The curricula of different subjects provide integrated, individualized and differentiated education. In Maths, Lithuanian and English lessons classes are divided into smaller mobile groups according to students’ abilities and academic achievements

We are proud that •our best students participate and win in different regional and national contests, competitions and Olympiads; •our school is ranked No2 in Siauliai and No10 in Lithuania; •our school-leavers’ high academic achievements allow them to study in different national and European universities; •our school community carry out international projects funded by Erasmus+, Nordplus, UNESCO and other institutions. Students have an opportunity to communicate with project partners from Germany, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Iceland, Italy, Poland, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, Finland and Turkey.

Future prospects ΄Our students enter Lithuanian universities and colleges (73.3 % last year) ΄They choose foreign universities (6.7 % last year) ΄Take a gap year/start working (20 % last year)

Promotion of healthy lifestyle at school ΄Special topics are included in the curricula of different subjects. ΄There are special programs to promote healthy lifestyle which are integrated in different subjects. ΄Aſter-school events (competitions, actions, discussions, etc.) ΄Project work (the international Erasmus+ project SHARE, Erasmus+ Youth project “HELP”, the national project “Let’s sort out rubbish!”, the local project “Be aware”)

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EDUCATION IN NORWAY Primary School: 6 – 12 (7 years)

Lower Secondary School: 13 – 16 (3 years)

Upper Secondary School: 16 – 19 (3 years)

Primary and lower secondary education is mandatory • The municipalities are responsible for the schools and the education • No marks in primary school • No optional subjects in primary school • Foreign languages are optional subjects as from the age of 13 • English is not considered a foreign language (mandatory subject from year 1) Upper secondary school is not mandatory, but everybody has a right to 3 years of education at this level • General studies: 3 years (qualifies for higher education) • Vocational education: 2 years in school and 2 years as apprentice

Gausdal videregående skole, Pierre de Coubertin • Media and Communication • Sports and Physical Education

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The Polish Education System

The New Structure Includes § Pre – primary school § 8-year primary school, § general secondary school, § 5-year technical secondary school, § 3-year sectoral VET school (stage I), § 2-year sectoral VET school (stage II), § 3-year special school preparing for employment § Post secondary school § Higher education

COMPULSORY EDUCATION Starting 2017 a new structure of school education is being implemented in which full-time compulsory education will last for 9 years (the last year of pre-school education and 8 years of primary school education).

Marks:

PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION

6 – excellent, 5 – very good, 4 –good 3- satisfactory 2 – acceptable, 1 - unsatisfactory

(16902 institutions) Kindergartens Pre-primary classes (3-6 years old) attached to primary schools (compulsory for 6-year-old children)

Admission The enrolment in public kindergartens is provided on the free access basis. Most kindergartens work around 9 hours a day and are open 5 days a week. There are still not enough pre-primary institutions in Poland.

PRIMARY EDUCATION Obligatory for all 6-year-old pupils; 5-year-old children can go to primary school aſter 1 year of pre-school preparation

Subjects taught in Primary School Polish language Mathematics Natural science Technology Music History and civics Modern foreign language Religion/ethics Physical education Computer science

HIGHER EDUCATION

School year - max.38 weeks, min. number of school days - 178

The beginning of the school year is on the 1st of September and the end around the 25th of June (it varies)

FINISHING PRIMARY SCHOOL

FINISHING SECONDARY EDUCATION

compulsory external exam will take place in grade 8 of primary school and its results will influence admission to secondary schools.

Students of vocational schools – basic vocational schools and technical upper secondary schools – may take exams confirming vocational qualifications in a given occupation during the course of study or upon completion of school to receive a diploma confirming their vocational qualifications. Graduates of general upper secondary schools and technical upper secondary schools may take the external upper secondary school leaving examination (egzamin maturalny) to obtain the Matura certificate, which gives access to higher education.

DEGREES:

There are two types of Higher Education Institutions:  licencjat (equivalent of Bachelor’s degree) – 3-4 year programmes,  university-type (uczelnia akademicka),  inżynier (equivalent of Bachelor’s degree) – 3.5-4 year programmes. Download  university-type (uczelnia zawodowa). THE MASTER’S degree aſter 5 or 6 year programmes (magister or its equivalent) entitles its holder to practice http://bit.ly/2nWKhnT a given profession and provides access to third-cycle studies. 115


Playing for life Session Plans Australian Sports Commission


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WILDCARD

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DEP

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INVASION GAMES

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NET & COURT

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STRIKING & FIELDING

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Migrants Case Studies


Session Planner Ac vity: Coach:

Laura, Sophia, Marie, Kathrin, Patrick

Loca on:

Date Produced:

17/05/18

Time available for the session:

1 hour

Informa on on Players Number of Players:

01.09.14

Age:

10

Ability Level:

easy- medium

Medical None, just take care of your body Informa on:

Informa on on Facili es & Resources Loca on:

An empty area; e.g. gym, sports hall, sports ground, class room

Facility Needs:

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Equipment Needs:

footballs

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My roles and responsibilit ies for the planning and delivery

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Short presenta on about Erasmus+ talk about healthy ea ng habits conduct circle training and yoga

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Presenta on of the project Erasmus + a healthy lifestyle interna onal communica on Teach the par cipants the knowledge about the topics and exercises

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Timings:

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Warm Up Ac vi es:

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Cool Down Ac vi es:

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Jump jacks balance exercises( standing on one foot) kicking footballs slalom compe on group ac vi es partner ac vi es leg exercises jumping exercises breathing exercises

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Streching exercises breathing exercises sun saluta on cobra pose cat pose locust pose tree pose triangle pose

Session Title: Session Content

10 minutes

Timings:

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Presenta on of the project group ac vi es warm up ac vi es cool down ac vi es presenta on about a healthy lifestyle feedback by the par cipants

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Session Planner Activity: Coach:

Ilias, Gogo, Vasileios

Date Produced:

6-4-2018

Location:

School playground

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50min

Informationon Players Number of Players: 11

AgeRange:

15-18

Ability Level:

Easy-medium

Information on Facilities & Resources An empty classroom, school playground, Location Equipment Needs: Fitness layers, cd-player Health & Safety Considerations :

None

My roles and § responsibilities for § the planning and § delivery Equality and Diversity Considerations

short presentation of Erasmus+ projects talk about healthy eating habits and sports conduct circle training and yoga

Eating habits because of religion restrictions

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presentation of Erasmus + projects lead a healthy lifestyle international communication relaxation techniques before the exams Timings:

Warm Up Activities:

Jump jacks § balance exercises( standing on one foot) § group activities § leg exercises § jumping exercises § breathing exercises

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Cool Down Activities:

Session Title: Session Content:

Streching exercises breathing exercises Yoga sun salutation cobra pose locust pose tree pose triangle pose

Shareof S.H.A.R.E. § § § § § §

presentation of the project S.H.A.R.E. group activities warm up activities cool down activities presentation about a healthy lifestyle feedback by the participants

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Ambassadors’ training


The Isle of Wight College Students Ambassadors Students ambassadors will help teachers to deliver the materials of the project and become role models who their peers and younger students will look up to and follow. In this way, young people will enjoy their studies more and perform better thus improving their grades and their chances of gaining future employment and continuing with their studies.

What have we learnt so far?

Being an Ambassador

• Relaxation • Diet • Activity • Addiction All are important factors of a healthy lifestyle

• Encouraging healthy habits • Setting examples • Promoting healthy diets • Promoting physical activity • Providing access to information & opportunities to learn & take part.

Diet

What we do?

• Carbohydrates • Protein • Fats • Fibre • Vitamins • Minerals • Water

• Provide activity sessions for local Schools & organisations. • Provide work experience opportunities for students to work with organisations outside of the College. • Create links with organisations to develop schemes for participation.

Getting enough of what we need….and the right sources!

Activity •Using calories •Burning fat •Increasing muscle •Flexibility •Blood flow •Cardiorespiratory efficiency •Bone strength •Enjoyment!

Moving forward • Take positives and negatives from all cultures. • Create programmes to promote healthy eating & activity. • Create programmes to challenge addiction and manage stress. • Run sessions to engage others in physical activity. • Use the audio guide and E-book to make your own ideas!

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J. W. J.W. has travelled abroad on holidays but had never been in “real” contact with people from other countries. She has always been a rather communicative person but tended to act shyly with new people around.

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J.W. is a very sporty person that leads an active and healthy lifestyle. Through S.H.A.R.E. she had the chance to get in touch with like-minded people who come from far away. J.W. was able to travel to Norway, a country she would have probably never travelled to and participated in sportive activities that are fairly unusual for German people, e.g. doing sports using a wheelchair or dog sledding. All in all the exciting trip was an overwhelming experience for her that leſt a lasting impression.

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J.W. particularly enjoyed meeting new people from other countries and being able to use English actively in real situations, not just in a classroom environment. Apart from improving her language skills J.W. gained more self-confidence as the project constantly involved meeting and working with unknown people. J.W. wants to keep up the spirit she experienced through S.H.A.R.E and would like to take similar chances in the future, e.g. by applying for exchange programmes at university as well. She highly enjoys still being in touch with the people she met during the project on social media.


H. L. What I enjoyed most from being involved in the project was meeting new people and learning about their culture. Also being able to experience some of their different culture for each of the countries, for example Greece with their dances and Norway with their history with sport. Throughout the project I met a lot of young people, who I still keep in touch with now and without this project I would never have had the opportunity to travel to their country, learn the basics of language or make friends for life.

The Isle of Wight College Newport

Also this project has helped me improve my confidence and communicating with people I don't know and talking to groups of people. Two years ago I was very quiet and lacked self-confidence. Being involved in the project has given opportunities to break down some of the barriers I had which has allowed me to be more involved at my college and achieve better grades across all units. Also this has helped more with my academic development by giving me an experience in Paralympic sports, how they are played and different types of equipment used which will help as I development and progress into working in the sports industry. Especially, Norway helped me with my studies when learning about rules and coaching of sports that I had never done before or thought about doing. Also giving me an experience which others may not have had which can lead to more opportunities in coaching in the future and also ideas to use within my practical session when I go to university. I achieved a distinction in my Work Experience unit and although I think I would have always achieved this I achieved it with a wider experience and many personal achievements. This project had an impact on my progression to university because it gave me experience of living with people I have never met and also further preparing me for independent living. I was always going to university but now feel more prepared. The main developments I have made as an individual due to my involvement in this project were: Travelling to new countries Coaching knowledge Keeping myself safe abroad Presentation skills Leadership Managing my money Communication Packing for trips abroad Confidence If I was going to advise other learners on getting involved in the project, the first things I would say to them are: 1.Get involved with it because it's a great experience and will help with college. 2. Get a lot of experience through the funding provided through the project. Experiences which you would struggle to find on the island. I am really pleased because I achieve a D*D*D for my level 3 extended diploma in sport. In September I am moving to the university of Bournemouth to study sports coaching and science. 133


G. P. G.P. is a 17-year old migrant teenager who sat for the entry exams for the Greek universities in June. She has been living with her family in Greece since she was born. Her father was a financial migrant from the Balkans who still works hard to satisfy his family daily needs. It is very difficult financially for G.P. to travel abroad and she felt insecure about that as she does not speak English fluently. Her daily meals also at school could be described unhealthy.

Geniko Lykeio Arfaron Arfara

The Erasmus+ teachers' team decided to take her with them in one of the Learning, Teaching & Training Activities. G.P. was very afraid of the trip by airplane, felt uncomfortable to communicate in English which is not her favourite subject, and anxious to stay in another family which has got a different daily routine as she thought.

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The long trip with transfer flights helped her forget her airplane fears and even though she was shy to speak English at first she noticed that some of the people like Erasmus+ students with whom she was together all of the time, had the same or lower language level. So, she felt relieved and free to express herself without the fear of the grammatically correct. As far as for the staying in another family, she stressed that there are no differences at all. Their habits are almost the same like hers. About the healthy habits, some teachers of the Erasmus team noticed that she changed her daily choices at school during the breaks aſter the visit. When G.P. returned from the trip, she expressed her enthousiasm for her experience to the other students and teachers. She told everyone that her next goal is to participate in an Erasmus+ programme for university students and even though we are different from the other Europeans we are the same and we feel the same way. We are human beings.


G. M. G.M. studies German as the second foreign language. While staying in a host family in Germany, communicating with locals, she improved her German language skills in real-life situations, learned more about German culture what was useful in her German language lessons and improved her academic achievements. She also improved her personal eating habits: starting eating breakfast and had a great effect on other family members as they also started eating breakfast.

I. A. Šiauliai “Romuvos” Gymnasium Šiauliai

I.A. was good at English but lacked self-confidence. During the training session in Norway she had to give some presentations, work in international teams, present group work to the public what improved her self-confidence as well as English language skills. Now she feels much better during the English lessons.

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Taking part in an international project has given me so much.

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I have learned a lot more about other cultures and people in other countries. Working with students and teachers from other countries hasn't only taught me much about other people and cultures, though; it has also taught me much about myself as a person and made me more aware of my own attitudes and actions. I have also become increasingly aware of differences as well as similarities in our countries and that it is possible to build bridges between different cultures. I am an athlete competing both at national at international levels, so I am quite fit and know what a healthy lifestyle means. Nevertheless, I have gained more knowledge and experience during the project. Being healthy is not all about training and competitions; a healthy and varied diet, along with relaxation, is also very important. The lecture by the Norwegian Anti-Doping Agency (and group work/activities) was also important, not only for athletes, but for all the young people participating in the project work. Because English has been the working language in the project, my English has improved throughout the two years we've been working together.


E. L.

Zespol Szkol Ponadgimnazjalnych w Szydlowie Grabica

E.L . is a teenager he goes to a small school in the country. He is smart, but hasn't got very good results at school because he is quite lazy, poorly motivated and oſten skips lessons. He is quite good in written tests in English, in fact he is one of the best students in the class, but when he has to say something he finds it funny speaking English to someone who is not a native speaker, and oſten switches into his mother tongue. In order to make him more interested in studying the teacher offers him to go to a transnational meeting with the SHARE project. He and his friend have to prepare a presentation about the problem that many teenagers may suffer from - addictions; they cooperate very well and rarely ask for teacher's help. During the project meeting he is very active takes part in each activity; he does a very good presentation and easily communicates with friends from other countries. He comments that normally he isn't so active and he has done so many activities and has learnt so many new things that normally he doesn't do it even during a month. He also realizes that his school is not so far away from his home, because students from other countries have to get up earlier if they want to get to school on time and they rarely miss classes. Aſter the meeting, he tries not to skip lessons and works harder for his final exams (he does extra homework assigned by the teacher). He shares experiences with other students about the active life and influence of addictions on teenagers. He doesn't find it foolish or funny to speak English in front of the class. During his final oral exam he does very well and gets the best result (100%). He says that the work in the project helped him to realize that his problems are similar to the problems that teenagers from other countries may have and that playing sports can be relaxing and help him to get rid of stress.

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Analytical RESULTS oF the RESEaRCH Download

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Q1 Were are you from? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Germany

Greece

Lithuania

Norway

Poland

United Kingdom

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Germany

25.81%

Greece

11.28%

73

Lithuania

21.48%

139

Norway

15.77%

102

Poland

11.75%

76

United Kingdom

13.91%

167

90

TOTAL

647

Q2 Do you cook any meals at home with family and/or friends? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Every day

Never

Sometimes

At the weekend

0%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Every day

15.15%

98

Never

12.21%

79

Sometimes

65.38%

423

At the weekend

7.26%

TOTAL

140

10%

47 647


Q3 How does stress affect your eating? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Eat less

Eat more

Eat unhealthily

Eat the same

Eat nothing

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Eat less

25.50%

165

Eat more

17.77%

115

Eat unhealthily

12.52%

81

Eat the same

34.62%

224

Eat nothing

9.58%

62

TOTAL

647

Q4 How often do you eat processed food? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Every day

Never

Sometimes

Weekends only

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Every day

12.21%

79

Never

7.57%

49

Sometimes

73.26%

Weekends only

6.96%

TOTAL

474 45 647

141


Q5 How often do you eat fruit/vegetables? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

I eat fruit/vegeta...

0-2 times a week

3-4 times a week

5-6 times a week

I never eat fruit/vegeta...

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

I eat fruit/vegetables every day

36.32%

235

0-2 times a week

14.84%

96

3-4 times a week

28.90%

187

5-6 times a week

16.38%

106

I never eat fruit/vegetables

3.55%

23

TOTAL

647

Q6 Have you ever followed a diet? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes, I am currently on...

Yes, I have been on a di...

No, I have never done this

No, but I would like to

0%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes, I am currently on a diet

9.74%

Yes, I have been on a diet before

20.09%

130

No, I have never done this

55.64%

360

No, but I would like to

14.53%

94

TOTAL

142

10%

63

647


Q7 How much time do you spend online a day (e.g. social media)? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

0-2 hours

3-4 hours

5-6 hours

7-8 hours or more

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

0-2 hours

25.50%

165

3-4 hours

35.55%

230

5-6 hours

24.27%

157

7-8 hours or more

14.68%

95

TOTAL

647

Q8 What is your favourite place to relax? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

At home

Sports place

Pub/disco

other outside place

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

At home

63.37%

410

Sports place

14.84%

96

Pub/disco

5.10%

other outside place

16.69%

TOTAL

33 108 647

143


Q9 What do you do there? (you may tick more than one box) Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Sleep

Play video games

Drink alcohol

Take drugs

Meet friends

Walk

Do sports

Other (please specify) 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Sleep

55.95%

362

Play video games

36.79%

238

Drink alcohol

12.52%

81

Take drugs

4.95%

32

Meet friends

51.78%

335

Walk

20.09%

130

Do sports

35.55%

230

Other (please specify)

19.94%

129

Total Respondents: 647

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OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)

DATE

1

watching Turkish series

10/9/2017 9:30 AM

2

Dance

10/9/2017 9:21 AM

3

Read books

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

4

Work

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

5

Listening to music

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

6

play on my computer or mobile phone

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

144


7

Watch movies

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

8

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:50 AM

9

Listen to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

10

drawing,listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

11

Listening to music/serf on the net/watching movies

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

12

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

13

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

14

play the flute

3/26/2017 9:15 PM

15

Watch youtube

3/24/2017 3:54 PM

16

go to pub

3/24/2017 1:00 PM

17

Drawing

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

18

in my bedroom on my ipad and phone

3/24/2017 11:53 AM

19

have a pint

3/24/2017 11:38 AM

20

listen to music.

3/24/2017 11:32 AM

21

Relax in the garden

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

22

Skateboarding

3/24/2017 11:28 AM

23

Watch tv

3/23/2017 12:31 PM

24

sadasdasd

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

25

watch tv shows

3/23/2017 11:19 AM

26

Hanging out with friends

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

27

watch films

3/23/2017 11:17 AM

28

Listen to music

3/22/2017 9:33 PM

29

Surf the internet, read books

3/22/2017 1:10 PM

30

Learn

3/22/2017 1:08 PM

31

Just sit

3/22/2017 12:15 PM

32

Reading books

3/22/2017 12:14 PM

33

talk with people

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

34

Listen music

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

35

Throw discus

3/22/2017 10:32 AM

36

take photos

3/21/2017 8:56 PM

37

watch tv series

3/21/2017 8:43 PM

38

Read, watch films

3/21/2017 8:41 PM

39

Play the guitar

3/21/2017 8:03 PM

40

read books, make food

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

41

I observe nature

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

42

Read books

3/21/2017 4:27 PM

43

Watch films/TV

3/21/2017 3:49 PM

44

DO STUFF

3/21/2017 2:52 PM

45

k hole

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

46

read books

3/21/2017 1:57 PM

47

watch TV

3/21/2017 12:51 PM

145


48

listen to music, dance

3/21/2017 12:23 PM

49

reading and watching tv

3/21/2017 10:58 AM

50

Watch TV

3/20/2017 4:25 PM

51

just calm myself down playing football

3/20/2017 2:53 PM

52

confidential

3/20/2017 2:51 PM

53

Online Gaming

3/20/2017 2:03 PM

54

tv

3/20/2017 1:53 PM

55

Listening music.

3/10/2017 2:48 PM

56

Study

3/10/2017 2:48 PM

57

YT

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

58

play with my brother

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

59

to chat with realtives

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

60

eat

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

61

READ BOOKS

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

62

watch TV

3/8/2017 5:00 PM

63

I watch TV sometimes

3/8/2017 5:00 PM

64

Bowling

3/8/2017 7:51 AM

65

drink cola

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

66

social media

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

67

watch TV

3/7/2017 1:17 PM

68

relax and thing about something and hear music

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

69

hear music

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

70

Play with my dog

3/7/2017 1:13 PM

71

Eat

3/7/2017 1:09 PM

72

Draw

3/7/2017 12:28 PM

73

Play LEGO

3/6/2017 6:05 PM

74

netflix

3/6/2017 12:28 PM

75

Tv, Book, eat

3/6/2017 12:27 PM

76

sexual intercourse

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

77

Sing, dance

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

78

Homework, eat

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

79

Homework

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

80

Watching TV.

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

81

Eat

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

82

TV, NETFLIX

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

83

PLAY IN A SCHOOLBAND

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

84

Training

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

85

watch netflix

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

86

walk, read

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

87

Fitness

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

88

TV

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

146


89

Read

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

90

watch movies

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

91

Watch TV-series and films

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

92

lie in my bed and watching netflix and youtube

3/6/2017 12:09 PM

93

read, make music

3/6/2017 11:16 AM

94

work

3/6/2017 11:11 AM

95

back flip

3/6/2017 11:06 AM

96

Tampolien jump

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

97

play football

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

98

Play on the mobile phone, or read (or sleep :o)

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

99

Watch TV

3/6/2017 11:00 AM

100

lesen

3/2/2017 11:18 AM

101

make musical.ly

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

102

BACKEN

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

103

go swimming

3/2/2017 10:53 AM

104

reading

3/1/2017 1:55 PM

105

Computer games

3/1/2017 1:43 PM

106

play with friends

3/1/2017 1:40 PM

107

alone read book

3/1/2017 1:39 PM

108

What YouTube videos

3/1/2017 1:39 PM

109

YouTube

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

110

Pakur run

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

111

guinea pig tricks

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

112

YouTube

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

113

read

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

114

I play with my dog

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

115

read

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

116

read books

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

117

WATCH TV

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

118

Make Music

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

119

Make Music

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

120

I draw picture.I read a book.I listen to music.

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

121

watch TV

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

122

singing

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

123

I hear a wind and the noise.

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

124

read books

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

125

reading,playing the piano

2/20/2017 11:58 AM

126

TV, Work

2/20/2017 11:54 AM

127

social media

2/20/2017 11:53 AM

128

Chill

2/20/2017 11:51 AM

129

Read books

2/16/2017 3:22 PM

147


Q10 What do you do to relax? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Do sports

Eat

Use social media

Other (please specify)

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Do sports

28.90%

187

Eat

12.06%

78

Use social media

30.14%

195

Other (please specify)

28.90%

187

TOTAL

647

#

OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)

DATE

1

Surf on the internet

10/9/2017 10:10 AM

2

Have fun with my friends

10/9/2017 9:23 AM

3

Listening to music

10/9/2017 9:15 AM

4

listening music or drawing

10/9/2017 8:33 AM

5

Listening to music

10/6/2017 12:16 PM

6

Listen to music

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

7

Sleeping

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

8

Listen to music

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

9

Sleep

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

10

Listen to muisic

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

11

Daydream and listening to music

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

12

Sleep

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

13

Go for a walk

10/6/2017 8:50 AM

148


14

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

15

drawing,listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

16

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

17

Listening to music.

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

18

Listening to music

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

19

danse

3/26/2017 9:15 PM

20

Talk with friends

3/26/2017 8:44 AM

21

Reading

3/24/2017 9:11 PM

22

CUDDLE

3/24/2017 3:57 PM

23

xbox one

3/24/2017 3:54 PM

24

XBOX

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

25

GAME

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

26

Gaming

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

27

doing nothing

3/24/2017 1:27 PM

28

GAMING

3/24/2017 1:23 PM

29

watch ďŹ lms

3/24/2017 1:09 PM

30

play games

3/24/2017 12:39 PM

31

MUSIC

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

32

Reading

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

33

Walk .

3/24/2017 12:09 PM

34

Games/anime

3/24/2017 11:33 AM

35

sleep, listen to music, play video games

3/24/2017 11:32 AM

36

Play video games / talk to friends.

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

37

meditate

3/24/2017 11:28 AM

38

Watch tv

3/23/2017 6:44 PM

39

Watch tv

3/23/2017 6:43 PM

40

Watch tv

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

41

Watch tv

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

42

chill

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

43

ufdsfusdfsdhh

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

44

draw, paint, listen to music

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

45

listen music

3/23/2017 11:19 AM

46

Going to sleep, or Listening to music

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

47

Play video games

3/23/2017 11:17 AM

48

listen to music, read a book

3/23/2017 11:12 AM

49

driving

3/22/2017 9:38 PM

50

Listen to music

3/22/2017 9:33 PM

51

Sit on the bed and do nothing, listen to musici

3/22/2017 1:10 PM

52

Draw

3/22/2017 1:07 PM

53

Sleep

3/22/2017 1:06 PM

54

Walk around

3/22/2017 12:15 PM

149


55

Reading books

3/22/2017 12:14 PM

56

sleep

3/22/2017 11:11 AM

57

Sleep

3/22/2017 11:09 AM

58

Read books

3/22/2017 11:07 AM

59

Listen music

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

60

Sleeping

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

61

Read books

3/22/2017 10:00 AM

62

Code stuff

3/22/2017 9:57 AM

63

sleep

3/21/2017 8:56 PM

64

Read, listen to music

3/21/2017 8:43 PM

65

hang out with my boyfriend, watch tv series, go out with my friends

3/21/2017 8:43 PM

66

Read

3/21/2017 8:41 PM

67

Relax

3/21/2017 8:00 PM

68

vaping

3/21/2017 7:33 PM

69

do sports, or sleep.

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

70

playing video games

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

71

I observe nature

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

72

Meet friends

3/21/2017 4:27 PM

73

SLEEP

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

74

Football Tactics

3/21/2017 3:49 PM

75

MEET GIRLFRIEND

3/21/2017 2:52 PM

76

wank

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

77

smoke weed

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

78

WATCH TV

3/21/2017 2:48 PM

79

play computer games

3/21/2017 1:51 PM

80

billiards

3/21/2017 1:46 PM

81

listen to music

3/21/2017 12:23 PM

82

go for a walk or run with my dog

3/21/2017 11:21 AM

83

listen to music

3/21/2017 11:15 AM

84

sleeping

3/21/2017 11:09 AM

85

sleep

3/21/2017 11:05 AM

86

playing games on my xbox

3/21/2017 10:58 AM

87

Read, crafts

3/20/2017 4:25 PM

88

Gaming

3/20/2017 3:56 PM

89

Sleep

3/20/2017 3:36 PM

90

music walking

3/20/2017 3:35 PM

91

Hobbies

3/20/2017 3:05 PM

92

go out with mates

3/20/2017 2:51 PM

93

Social media and Online Gaming

3/20/2017 2:03 PM

94

listen to music

3/20/2017 1:54 PM

95

watch television

3/20/2017 1:54 PM

150


96

watch telly, colour my adult colouring book.

3/20/2017 1:52 PM

97

walk

3/20/2017 1:51 PM

98

SLEEP OR WATCH TELLY

3/20/2017 1:50 PM

99

spend time with family,boyf and friends

3/20/2017 1:49 PM

100

Walk

3/17/2017 8:38 PM

101

Listening music.

3/10/2017 2:48 PM

102

I usually relax by playing video games or watching youtube etc..

3/10/2017 2:48 PM

103

CS:GO

3/10/2017 2:47 PM

104

Do some coding

3/10/2017 2:46 PM

105

listen to music

3/10/2017 2:46 PM

106

sleep

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

107

read

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

108

to surf in the internet

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

109

sleep

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

110

sleep

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

111

PLAY PC GAMES

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

112

hear music

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

113

play computer games

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

114

READ BOOKS

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

115

watch TV

3/8/2017 5:00 PM

116

Nothing

3/7/2017 1:17 PM

117

sleep

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

118

sleep and thing about something or do nothing or hear music

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

119

i play Computer games

3/7/2017 1:13 PM

120

watch videos

3/7/2017 1:10 PM

121

sleep, meet friends

3/7/2017 1:10 PM

122

sleep

3/7/2017 12:32 PM

123

CHILLING

3/7/2017 12:32 PM

124

Play video games

3/7/2017 12:28 PM

125

play, sleap, Tv, Book

3/6/2017 12:27 PM

126

Sing

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

127

Sleep

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

128

Sleep

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

129

watch netflix

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

130

gaming

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

131

SLEEP

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

132

I sleep when i relax

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

133

sleep

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

134

I sleep and sometimes I eat.

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

135

sleep

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

136

Lay down on the sofa, sometimes eating

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

151


137

watch netflix

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

138

SLEEP

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

139

sleep

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

140

listen to music and relaxing on the sofa

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

141

watch movies or listen to music

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

142

nothing; I simply sit and do nothing.

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

143

sleep, rest

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

144

Play video games

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

145

SLEEP

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

146

watch Youtube

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

147

Play video games

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

148

Netflix

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

149

watch something

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

150

sleep

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

151

Watch TV and play video games

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

152

Netflix

3/6/2017 12:07 PM

153

use drugs

3/6/2017 12:07 PM

154

I cuddle my dog

3/6/2017 11:17 AM

155

cook

3/6/2017 11:16 AM

156

i lie down on the sofa

3/6/2017 11:08 AM

157

meditation

3/6/2017 11:07 AM

158

Play video games

3/6/2017 11:07 AM

159

sleep

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

160

sleep

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

161

sleep

3/3/2017 9:32 PM

162

play v games

3/2/2017 3:31 PM

163

progresiwe muskel entspanung

3/2/2017 11:18 AM

164

Hinlegen

3/2/2017 11:14 AM

165

ps4 gaming

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

166

Computer games

3/1/2017 1:43 PM

167

outside

3/1/2017 1:39 PM

168

Pakur run

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

169

gras take

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

170

Sleep

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

171

sleep

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

172

i play with my brotehr

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

173

video games

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

174

reading

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

175

reading

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

176

watch YouTube

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

177

talk with friends.

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

152


178

Listening music

2/27/2017 9:53 PM

179

youtube

2/20/2017 11:58 AM

180

codein

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

181

don't play fifa

2/20/2017 11:56 AM

182

SMOKING JUBANTATS

2/20/2017 11:56 AM

183

TV

2/20/2017 11:54 AM

184

Eat and social media

2/20/2017 11:53 AM

185

sleep

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

186

watch movies

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

187

Masturbate, Spliffing, Drinking

2/17/2017 3:04 PM

Q11 How often do you see your friends after school or in weekends? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Only in the weekends

Every day

1-3 times a week

4-7 times a week

Never

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Only in the weekends

17.93%

116

Every day

20.40%

132

1-3 times a week

37.40%

242

4-7 times a week

17.47%

113

Never

6.80%

TOTAL

44 647

153


Q12 Are you happy with the way you look? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

Not sure

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

55.02%

356

Not sure

31.07%

201

No

13.91%

90

TOTAL

647

Q13 Is physical ямБtness important to you? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

Not sure

No

0%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

70.48%

456

Not sure

21.33%

138

No

8.19%

TOTAL

154

10%

53 647


Q14 How many hours of sleep do you get per night? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

1-3 hours

4-6 hours

7-9 hours

10+ hours

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

1-3 hours

3.25%

4-6 hours

27.98%

181

7-9 hours

63.21%

409

10+ hours

5.56%

21

36

TOTAL

647

Q15 How often do you exercise per week? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Never

1-2 times

3-4 times

5-7 times or more

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Never

9.27%

1-2 times

31.84%

206

3-4 times

37.87%

245

5-7 times or more

21.02%

136

TOTAL

60

647

155


Q16 Does exercise distract you from stress and help you relax? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

Not sure

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

56.72%

367

Not sure

25.50%

165

No

17.77%

115

TOTAL

647

Q17 Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Optimist

Not sure

Pessimist

0%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Optimist

52.86%

342

Not sure

35.09%

227

Pessimist

12.06%

78

TOTAL

156

10%

647


Q18 How many glasses of water do you drink per day? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

0-3 glasses

4-6 glasses

7-9 glasses

10+ glasses

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

0-3 glasses

29.83%

193

4-6 glasses

40.80%

264

7-9 glasses

17.77%

115

10+ glasses

11.59%

75

TOTAL

647

Q19 Do you do any sports? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

157


ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

69.09%

447

No

30.91%

200

TOTAL

647

#

IF YES, WHAT KIND OF SPORTS?

DATE

1

football

10/9/2017 10:11 AM

2

football

10/9/2017 10:07 AM

3

Running

10/9/2017 9:58 AM

4

Ö

10/9/2017 9:58 AM

5

Gymnastics

10/9/2017 9:15 AM

6

football

10/9/2017 9:14 AM

7

Volleyball

10/9/2017 8:28 AM

8

kick boxing

10/9/2017 8:28 AM

9

Running

10/9/2017 8:24 AM

10

Football

10/6/2017 12:16 PM

11

Football

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

12

basketball

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

13

Water Polo

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

14

Football

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

15

Football

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

16

Football

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

17

Taekwondo

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

18

Mainly football

10/6/2017 11:21 AM

19

Football

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

20

Kung fu, going to the gym.

10/6/2017 11:12 AM

158


21

Football and cycling

10/6/2017 8:50 AM

22

Football

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

23

Football

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

24

Basketball

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

25

Football

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

26

Volleyball

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

27

i go to the gym

3/27/2017 1:49 PM

28

dancing

3/27/2017 1:44 PM

29

gymnastics

3/26/2017 9:15 PM

30

football,basketball,table tennis,volleyball

3/26/2017 2:15 PM

31

Volleyball, tennis, soccer, basketball

3/26/2017 12:02 PM

32

Football and basketball

3/26/2017 9:39 AM

33

Yoga, riding

3/24/2017 9:11 PM

34

CYCLING,RUNNING,

3/24/2017 3:57 PM

35

tennis

3/24/2017 3:53 PM

36

BASKETBALL BADMINTON MARTIAL ARTS FOOTBALL

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

37

football

3/24/2017 1:00 PM

38

canoeing , tijusu , walking dog .

3/24/2017 12:09 PM

39

skateboarding

3/24/2017 11:31 AM

40

Gym

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

41

Walking, Jogging, Running

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

42

Skateboarding

3/24/2017 11:28 AM

43

football

3/24/2017 10:55 AM

44

valleyball, football

3/24/2017 10:48 AM

45

Cross country skiing

3/23/2017 6:45 PM

46

Handball

3/23/2017 6:44 PM

47

Football

3/23/2017 6:43 PM

48

Football

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

49

Football

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

50

Football

3/23/2017 12:31 PM

51

running

3/23/2017 11:23 AM

52

grasshockay

3/23/2017 11:21 AM

53

SFHsudghiwarhtvirsuatgbiysragtioszdgtwartgiawregyisadr sport

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

54

fencing

3/23/2017 11:19 AM

55

I go to the gym

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

56

Football

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

57

I hgo to the gym 4 times a week

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

58

Fitness

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

59

PE

3/23/2017 11:17 AM

60

Basketball, football.

3/23/2017 11:17 AM

61

ride a bike

3/23/2017 11:12 AM

159


62

Gym, football

3/22/2017 9:33 PM

63

Football

3/22/2017 2:07 PM

64

walleyball, cardio

3/22/2017 1:10 PM

65

Athletics

3/22/2017 1:09 PM

66

Rock climbing

3/22/2017 1:07 PM

67

KARATE

3/22/2017 1:06 PM

68

Fitness

3/22/2017 12:15 PM

69

Gym

3/22/2017 12:15 PM

70

Boxing

3/22/2017 12:14 PM

71

Running

3/22/2017 12:14 PM

72

volleyball

3/22/2017 11:14 AM

73

Gym

3/22/2017 11:12 AM

74

Fitness

3/22/2017 11:12 AM

75

Fitness

3/22/2017 11:11 AM

76

i go to the gym

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

77

Basketball

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

78

Gym

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

79

Sport club

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

80

Handball

3/22/2017 11:09 AM

81

Go to the gym

3/22/2017 11:09 AM

82

football

3/22/2017 11:08 AM

83

I go to the gym

3/22/2017 11:07 AM

84

Volleyball, basketball, and gym.

3/22/2017 11:06 AM

85

Bodybuilding

3/22/2017 10:58 AM

86

Fightning,MMA

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

87

Karate, Gym.

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

88

Athletics

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

89

Home exercising

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

90

Football, voleyball

3/22/2017 10:32 AM

91

Discus throw and shot put

3/22/2017 10:32 AM

92

Basketball, football

3/22/2017 10:31 AM

93

Fitness

3/22/2017 10:31 AM

94

Gym

3/22/2017 10:30 AM

95

Gym, basketball, football, street workout

3/22/2017 10:01 AM

96

Jogging

3/22/2017 9:57 AM

97

I'm play volleyball

3/21/2017 8:56 PM

98

Volleyball, gym

3/21/2017 8:45 PM

99

I dance

3/21/2017 8:43 PM

100

Street workout

3/21/2017 8:31 PM

101

Mixed Martial Arts

3/21/2017 8:18 PM

102

Twin-tip

3/21/2017 8:03 PM

160


103

wreseling

3/21/2017 7:33 PM

104

Volleyball

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

105

athletic

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

106

Going to the gym

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

107

I go to the gym

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

108

i go to the gym

3/21/2017 7:25 PM

109

Football and cricket

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

110

FOOTBALL

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

111

football, cricket

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

112

football

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

113

Football and running

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

114

football cricket

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

115

football,boxing,gym

3/21/2017 3:49 PM

116

Football

3/21/2017 3:49 PM

117

Football

3/21/2017 3:03 PM

118

Football, cricket and pool.

3/21/2017 2:53 PM

119

football, golf

3/21/2017 2:52 PM

120

football, running

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

121

football

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

122

FOOTBALL,GOLF,RUNNING,GYM,SQUSH

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

123

Football

3/21/2017 2:50 PM

124

football, basketball

3/21/2017 2:50 PM

125

gym

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

126

football

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

127

football

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

128

football

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

129

football

3/21/2017 2:48 PM

130

football

3/21/2017 2:48 PM

131

Football

3/21/2017 2:47 PM

132

gym

3/21/2017 2:07 PM

133

gym

3/21/2017 2:03 PM

134

swimming

3/21/2017 2:01 PM

135

swimming, football

3/21/2017 1:51 PM

136

gym

3/21/2017 1:46 PM

137

gym

3/21/2017 1:43 PM

138

ride a bike

3/21/2017 12:51 PM

139

running

3/21/2017 12:26 PM

140

football

3/21/2017 11:46 AM

141

football

3/21/2017 11:43 AM

142

football

3/21/2017 11:31 AM

143

running

3/21/2017 11:26 AM

161


144

football

3/21/2017 11:21 AM

145

many types

3/21/2017 11:18 AM

146

football

3/21/2017 11:16 AM

147

swimming

3/21/2017 11:15 AM

148

valleyball

3/21/2017 11:13 AM

149

football

3/21/2017 11:12 AM

150

gym

3/21/2017 11:09 AM

151

football

3/21/2017 11:06 AM

152

football

3/21/2017 11:05 AM

153

gym

3/21/2017 11:01 AM

154

gym

3/21/2017 10:59 AM

155

football and darts

3/21/2017 10:58 AM

156

cycling

3/21/2017 10:55 AM

157

football

3/21/2017 10:54 AM

158

football

3/21/2017 10:49 AM

159

wrestling, running, MMA

3/21/2017 10:44 AM

160

FOOTBALL

3/21/2017 10:40 AM

161

gym

3/21/2017 10:34 AM

162

Lcs

3/20/2017 3:36 PM

163

culturizm

3/20/2017 3:30 PM

164

Box

3/20/2017 3:28 PM

165

volleyball, basketball, running

3/20/2017 3:26 PM

166

FOOTBALL

3/20/2017 3:00 PM

167

FOOTBALL

3/20/2017 2:56 PM

168

FOOTBALL AND BOXING

3/20/2017 2:54 PM

169

football

3/20/2017 2:53 PM

170

FOOTBALL

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

171

Football

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

172

Football.

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

173

football

3/20/2017 2:51 PM

174

football

3/20/2017 2:51 PM

175

Football

3/20/2017 2:49 PM

176

MotorSport

3/20/2017 2:03 PM

177

gYM

3/20/2017 1:53 PM

178

GYM 3 TIMES A WEEK

3/20/2017 1:50 PM

179

powerlifting, football

3/10/2017 2:47 PM

180

gym

3/10/2017 2:47 PM

181

Basketball

3/10/2017 2:45 PM

182

Judo

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

183

tennis

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

184

football

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

162


185

i dance

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

186

jogging

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

187

football

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

188

football

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

189

FOOTBALL

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

190

dance

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

191

I do tennis

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

192

gymnastik

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

193

DANCE

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

194

athletics, dancing

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

195

basketball

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

196

Tennis

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

197

Football

3/9/2017 12:34 PM

198

Dancing

3/9/2017 12:30 PM

199

Football

3/8/2017 5:00 PM

200

Swimming

3/8/2017 4:58 PM

201

swim

3/8/2017 4:57 PM

202

Basketball

3/8/2017 4:57 PM

203

I play football everyday

3/8/2017 4:55 PM

204

Football

3/8/2017 4:54 PM

205

Football

3/8/2017 10:58 AM

206

Golf and Bowling

3/8/2017 7:51 AM

207

Football, running

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

208

Tabletennis

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

209

boxing

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

210

Tennis, Reiten, Turnen

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

211

dance

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

212

ride on a horse, dance, gymnastic

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

213

do gymnastics

3/7/2017 1:16 PM

214

tennis, horse riding

3/7/2017 1:15 PM

215

table tennis

3/7/2017 1:14 PM

216

HUHSUHD

3/7/2017 1:14 PM

217

handball

3/7/2017 1:11 PM

218

ballsports, ďŹ ghtsports

3/7/2017 1:10 PM

219

Soccer

3/7/2017 12:39 PM

220

football

3/7/2017 12:34 PM

221

Swimming

3/7/2017 12:33 PM

222

gym

3/7/2017 12:32 PM

223

Ballett

3/7/2017 12:28 PM

224

riding

3/6/2017 8:33 PM

225

Football

3/6/2017 6:05 PM

163


226

football

3/6/2017 12:28 PM

227

aerobic

3/6/2017 12:27 PM

228

snowboard

3/6/2017 12:25 PM

229

crossďŹ t, basket, twintip

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

230

dance

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

231

DANCE

3/6/2017 12:22 PM

232

mountainbiking, motocross, cross-country

3/6/2017 12:22 PM

233

Cross Contry

3/6/2017 12:22 PM

234

Skiing

3/6/2017 12:21 PM

235

Dancing

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

236

Dancing

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

237

handball

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

238

trap shooting

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

239

Biathlon

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

240

Cross Coutry skiing

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

241

Handball

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

242

SOCCER, FITNESS

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

243

HANDBALL

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

244

Handball

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

245

soccer and alpine skiing

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

246

snowboarding

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

247

Football,

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

248

Football, scouting, bicykling, walking in the moutins and running

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

249

I WORK OUT AT A GYM

3/6/2017 12:17 PM

250

Cross country skiing

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

251

Cross country, alpine, snowboard, walking, bicykling, mountainwalking

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

252

Handball

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

253

HANDBALL

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

254

walking, running

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

255

biathlon

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

256

Fitness

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

257

Fotball

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

258

Football

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

259

work out at a gym

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

260

Handball

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

261

handball

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

262

ESPORTS BITCHES

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

263

handbal

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

264

Football

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

265

Football

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

266

FOOTBALL

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

164


267

football

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

268

Basketball and Floorball

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

269

Football

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

270

Football

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

271

e-sport

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

272

Floorball

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

273

Basketball and florrball

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

274

Athletics

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

275

Football

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

276

Football

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

277

football

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

278

track and field

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

279

Basketball, Floorball,

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

280

Football

3/6/2017 12:09 PM

281

Dancing, polefitness

3/6/2017 12:09 PM

282

gym

3/6/2017 12:08 PM

283

Martial art

3/6/2017 12:07 PM

284

fap

3/6/2017 12:07 PM

285

Running

3/6/2017 11:17 AM

286

Qi Gong, Cycling

3/6/2017 11:16 AM

287

icehockey, jogging, fitness

3/6/2017 11:11 AM

288

football

3/6/2017 11:06 AM

289

DANCING

3/6/2017 11:06 AM

290

football

3/6/2017 11:06 AM

291

foodball

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

292

boxing and football

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

293

swimming

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

294

walking

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

295

football

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

296

walking

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

297

football

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

298

football

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

299

swimming, fitness

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

300

soccer

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

301

HIP HOP

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

302

Breakdance,Tennis

3/6/2017 11:02 AM

303

Badminton

3/6/2017 11:00 AM

304

gym workouts

3/5/2017 9:41 PM

305

Fotball

3/5/2017 8:18 PM

306

Dance

3/5/2017 3:50 PM

307

Dance, riding

3/5/2017 3:01 PM

165


308

I am going to the gym

3/4/2017 1:01 AM

309

Fencing

3/3/2017 9:27 PM

310

football,cricket and cycling

3/3/2017 5:46 PM

311

Boxing

3/3/2017 2:11 PM

312

Kickboxen

3/3/2017 12:51 PM

313

bodybuilding

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

314

Gym, football

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

315

Bodybuilding

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

316

FUßBALL

3/2/2017 11:16 AM

317

schwimmen

3/2/2017 11:14 AM

318

ich spiele fussball

3/2/2017 11:12 AM

319

dance

3/2/2017 11:06 AM

320

JOGGEN

3/2/2017 11:03 AM

321

wing chun cung fu

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

322

Judo,Fitnes

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

323

fußball

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

324

Ich spiele Fußball

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

325

TANZEN,FITNIS

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

326

fitness,turnen

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

327

tennis,fussball

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

328

boxen

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

329

reiten und tanzen

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

330

JOGGEN

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

331

Fußball

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

332

ich mache fussball

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

333

schwimmen

3/2/2017 10:53 AM

334

Leichtathletik

3/2/2017 10:53 AM

335

soccer

3/1/2017 1:55 PM

336

Football

3/1/2017 1:55 PM

337

i play with my friends outside

3/1/2017 1:55 PM

338

fitness

3/1/2017 1:43 PM

339

running

3/1/2017 1:40 PM

340

Tennis

3/1/2017 1:39 PM

341

gymnastico

3/1/2017 1:39 PM

342

Hip Hop,ranning,cycling,skating,swimming

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

343

Pakur run

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

344

football

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

345

Dancing,swimming,cycling,skating,inline skating

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

346

gymnaestic

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

347

swimming,tennes, cycling,skating, inline skating...

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

348

fashingdancing and gymnastic

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

166


349

hockey

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

350

Football,cycling and runing

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

351

Handball and training

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

352

cycling,football,runing and drumen(Music)

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

353

runnig and dancing

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

354

handball

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

355

Hip-hop,gymnastico

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

356

riding a horse .

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

357

swimming

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

358

Basketball,Boxing,physical ďŹ tness

2/20/2017 11:59 AM

359

ďŹ tness

2/20/2017 11:59 AM

360

Horse riding

2/20/2017 11:58 AM

361

athletics

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

362

lifting in the gym

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

363

pump

2/20/2017 11:56 AM

364

esport,tennis,football

2/20/2017 11:56 AM

365

Jogging

2/20/2017 11:54 AM

366

Workout

2/20/2017 11:53 AM

367

dancing

2/20/2017 11:53 AM

368

karate

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

369

tennis

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

370

martial arts

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

371

Bodybuilding

2/20/2017 11:51 AM

372

Masturbating, taking drugs

2/17/2017 3:04 PM

373

Orienteering sport

2/16/2017 12:17 AM

374

Tennis, volleyball and aerobic

2/15/2017 10:50 PM

375

Swimming

2/15/2017 10:44 PM

Q20 Do you think you are healthy? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

Not sure

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

51.93%

336

Not sure

34.47%

223

No

13.60%

88

TOTAL

647

167


Q21 How often do you feel stressed per week? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Never

Sometimes

All the time

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Never

11.44%

74

Sometimes

70.63%

457

All the time

17.93%

116

TOTAL

647

Q22 What makes you most stressed? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

School

Family/friends

Homework

Other (please specify)

0%

168

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%


ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

School

51.31%

332

Family/friends

10.05%

65

Homework

22.87%

148

Other (please specify)

15.77%

102

TOTAL

647

#

OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)

DATE

1

personal things

10/9/2017 8:33 AM

2

society

10/9/2017 8:28 AM

3

All above

10/6/2017 12:18 PM

4

Exams

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

5

everything about my life

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

6

school examinations

3/26/2017 9:15 PM

7

Sex

3/26/2017 5:19 PM

8

college

3/24/2017 3:54 PM

9

work

3/24/2017 3:53 PM

10

WORK

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

11

College

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

12

nothing

3/24/2017 1:27 PM

13

college

3/24/2017 1:00 PM

169


14

COLLEGE

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

15

Uncertainty (being uncertain to do anything or feeling useless)

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

16

college and family/friends

3/24/2017 11:53 AM

17

Life

3/24/2017 11:39 AM

18

evie mae smith

3/24/2017 11:38 AM

19

Being bored

3/24/2017 11:33 AM

20

relationships (with either girls or family and friends)

3/24/2017 11:32 AM

21

money

3/24/2017 11:31 AM

22

WORLD OF TANKS

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

23

Don't Know

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

24

Money and hate

3/24/2017 11:28 AM

25

Life

3/24/2017 11:25 AM

26

Nothing

3/23/2017 11:22 AM

27

Life

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

28

everything what was said

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

29

Can`t answer this question, because it`s to private

3/23/2017 11:18 AM

30

the all

3/22/2017 9:38 PM

31

the all

3/22/2017 9:34 PM

32

Family and school

3/22/2017 1:07 PM

33

homework and relationships

3/22/2017 11:10 AM

34

Nothing

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

35

o

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

36

Video games

3/22/2017 10:31 AM

37

School,friends,family

3/21/2017 8:00 PM

38

school and homework

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

39

School, homeworks and tests

3/21/2017 7:28 PM

40

work and college work

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

41

work

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

42

work

3/21/2017 3:51 PM

43

Maddie

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

44

girls

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

45

Nothing

3/21/2017 3:03 PM

46

life sometimes

3/21/2017 2:58 PM

47

pretty much everything annoys me

3/21/2017 2:52 PM

48

life

3/21/2017 2:51 PM

49

people

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

50

social life

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

51

all of them 3

3/21/2017 2:49 PM

52

a bit of everything

3/21/2017 2:47 PM

53

dierent things

3/21/2017 2:09 PM

54

a lot of things

3/21/2017 1:46 PM

170


55

the all

3/21/2017 11:40 AM

56

money

3/21/2017 11:34 AM

57

e.fortuna.pl

3/21/2017 11:09 AM

58

e.fortuna.pl

3/21/2017 11:05 AM

59

tv

3/21/2017 10:08 AM

60

Nothing

3/20/2017 4:25 PM

61

Work

3/20/2017 3:56 PM

62

Shit happens

3/20/2017 3:36 PM

63

xbox

3/20/2017 3:00 PM

64

getting bullied at college each day

3/20/2017 2:53 PM

65

Work

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

66

The female

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

67

bitches

3/20/2017 2:51 PM

68

Money

3/20/2017 2:49 PM

69

College/ ďŹ nding a job

3/20/2017 2:03 PM

70

all of the above

3/20/2017 1:54 PM

71

money worries and boy drama

3/20/2017 1:52 PM

72

college assignments

3/20/2017 1:51 PM

73

SCHOOL WORK AND WORK

3/20/2017 1:50 PM

74

Don't know

3/10/2017 2:46 PM

75

hear music

3/9/2017 12:37 PM

76

Bus

3/8/2017 7:51 AM

77

My Mom

3/7/2017 1:18 PM

78

NICHTS

3/7/2017 1:14 PM

79

nothing really

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

80

everything

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

81

pressure

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

82

Things from elementary school which no one but me remembers.

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

83

Girlfriend

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

84

Marius

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

85

work

3/6/2017 11:11 AM

86

granny

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

87

nichts

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

88

mother

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

89

School and family

3/6/2017 11:02 AM

90

Feelings

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

91

never

3/1/2017 1:55 PM

92

My weight

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

93

school and homework

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

94

school and homework sometimes friends

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

95

School and homework

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

171


96

school and homework

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

97

Family/friends and school

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

98

all of those

2/20/2017 11:58 AM

99

codein

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

100

school armena feckfack

2/20/2017 11:56 AM

101

Homework and exam preperations

2/20/2017 11:53 AM

102

running from acab

2/17/2017 3:04 PM

Q23 What do you do when you are stressed? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Meet friends

Go outside

Relax at home

Other (please specify)

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Meet friends

16.23%

105

Go outside

17.00%

110

Relax at home

50.70%

328

Other (please specify)

16.07%

104

TOTAL

647

#

OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)

DATE

1

walk alone

10/9/2017 8:28 AM

2

Stomach ache

10/6/2017 12:16 PM

3

Do sports

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

4

Dance and listening to music

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

5

9

10/6/2017 11:19 AM

6

dance and play flute

3/26/2017 9:15 PM

7

Sex

3/26/2017 5:19 PM

8

walk around, fiddle, smoke

3/24/2017 3:54 PM

9

shout

3/24/2017 3:52 PM

10

Gaming

3/24/2017 3:50 PM

11

nothing

3/24/2017 1:27 PM

12

dont do much

3/24/2017 12:39 PM

13

Either relax one way or another or going outside

3/24/2017 12:11 PM

172


14

just stay indoors in my bedroom

3/24/2017 11:53 AM

15

punch things

3/24/2017 11:38 AM

16

Music

3/24/2017 11:33 AM

17

say in doors

3/24/2017 11:32 AM

18

GO TO BED

3/24/2017 11:29 AM

19

Skate

3/24/2017 11:28 AM

20

Shit in the toilet

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

21

eating

3/22/2017 9:34 PM

22

Eat

3/22/2017 1:08 PM

23

Sleep

3/22/2017 1:06 PM

24

play football

3/22/2017 11:08 AM

25

Do sports

3/22/2017 10:31 AM

26

Ignore all people and listen to music

3/21/2017 8:43 PM

27

Than I'm angry and want to eat a lot

3/21/2017 8:41 PM

28

Workout

3/21/2017 8:18 PM

29

Cry

3/21/2017 8:00 PM

30

i go to sleep, or meet my friends

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

31

reading memes

3/21/2017 7:30 PM

32

Nothing

3/21/2017 3:03 PM

33

meet girl friend

3/21/2017 2:58 PM

34

depends how stressed

3/21/2017 2:52 PM

35

I go to the gym or play football

3/21/2017 2:47 PM

36

listen to music

3/21/2017 1:51 PM

37

smoke cigarettes

3/21/2017 1:46 PM

38

positive things

3/21/2017 12:51 PM

39

positive things

3/21/2017 12:26 PM

40

positive things

3/21/2017 12:23 PM

41

positive things

3/21/2017 12:11 PM

42

walk

3/21/2017 12:01 PM

43

positive things

3/21/2017 11:40 AM

44

listen to music

3/21/2017 11:21 AM

45

smoke

3/21/2017 11:09 AM

46

smoking

3/21/2017 11:05 AM

47

sport

3/21/2017 10:44 AM

48

Sleep

3/20/2017 3:36 PM

49

lisining to music

3/20/2017 3:30 PM

50

Smash my xbox controller

3/20/2017 2:52 PM

51

Relax at home and use Social Media and Online gaming

3/20/2017 2:03 PM

52

sleep

3/20/2017 1:51 PM

53

I cope with the stress and i carry on doing my everyday tasks i.e homework

3/10/2017 2:48 PM

54

do sports

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

173


55

PLAY PC GAMES EVER

3/9/2017 12:38 PM

56

watched tv

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

57

I get frehs air

3/9/2017 12:35 PM

58

I write stories

3/9/2017 12:30 PM

59

Play video games

3/8/2017 4:59 PM

60

bowling

3/8/2017 7:51 AM

61

Social Media

3/7/2017 1:09 PM

62

eating

3/7/2017 12:32 PM

63

Play video games

3/7/2017 12:28 PM

64

Sports

3/6/2017 6:36 PM

65

sing

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

66

Cry

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

67

Cry

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

68

Gaming

3/6/2017 12:19 PM

69

RELAX HOME, BE WITH MY FRIENDS AND DO SOME TRAINING

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

70

try to solve whatever is bothering me

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

71

nothing

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

72

Masturbate

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

73

I have a drinking problem....

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

74

masturbate

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

75

Nothing

3/6/2017 12:12 PM

76

think about how to commit suicide

3/6/2017 12:11 PM

77

use drugs

3/6/2017 12:07 PM

78

Get work done, avoid more

3/6/2017 11:16 AM

79

lie in my bed

3/6/2017 11:08 AM

80

zocken

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

81

nichts

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

82

(i relax outside)

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

83

Sleep

3/5/2017 3:50 PM

84

Go to play football; go to gym

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

85

Drink some drugs, teas, I make sure I sleep good and enough.

3/2/2017 1:39 PM

86

progresiwe muskel entspannung

3/2/2017 11:18 AM

87

play ps4

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

88

SOCIAL MEDIA

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

89

Computer games

3/1/2017 1:43 PM

90

Cry in my room

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

91

Pakur run

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

92

Meet friends go outside

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

93

meet friends, go outside, relax at home

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

94

reading and sleep

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

95

meet friends and relax at home

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

174


96

Play Music

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

97

play handy and watch YouTube

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

98

calm down

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

99

codein

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

100

continue working

2/20/2017 11:54 AM

101

sleep

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

102

Make my homework

2/20/2017 11:51 AM

103

take drugs, drink alcohol, sex

2/17/2017 3:04 PM

104

listen music

2/16/2017 8:29 PM

Q24 What kind of emotions do you feel when you are stressed? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Sad

Nervous

Angry

Other (please specify)

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Sad

21.33%

138

Nervous

38.95%

252

Angry

28.75%

186

Other (please specify)

10.97%

71

TOTAL

647

#

OTHER (PLEASE SPECIFY)

DATE

1

All above

10/6/2017 12:18 PM

2

stomach ache

10/6/2017 12:16 PM

3

stomach ache

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

4

Stomach ache

10/6/2017 12:15 PM

5

depressed

10/6/2017 8:47 AM

6

O

3/26/2017 12:02 PM

7

nothing

3/24/2017 1:27 PM

8

idk

3/24/2017 11:53 AM

9

All

3/24/2017 11:33 AM

10

Tired

3/23/2017 6:45 PM

11

Tired

3/23/2017 6:44 PM

12

Tired

3/23/2017 6:43 PM

13

Tired

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

175


14

Tired

3/23/2017 6:42 PM

15

Fucked up

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

16

all

3/23/2017 11:20 AM

17

All of them

3/23/2017 11:17 AM

18

Nothing

3/22/2017 1:06 PM

19

Strange

3/22/2017 11:12 AM

20

Dont know

3/22/2017 10:33 AM

21

7

3/22/2017 10:32 AM

22

Im not stressedqw

3/22/2017 10:31 AM

23

Without emotions

3/22/2017 10:07 AM

24

Angry and sad

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

25

anxious

3/21/2017 3:50 PM

26

None

3/21/2017 3:03 PM

27

anixous

3/21/2017 11:21 AM

28

annoyed

3/21/2017 10:58 AM

29

None of the above

3/20/2017 4:25 PM

30

Shi

3/20/2017 3:36 PM

31

exhausted

3/20/2017 3:35 PM

32

i get anxious and my anxiety kicks in.

3/20/2017 2:56 PM

33

upset, unwanted, helpless

3/20/2017 2:53 PM

34

Driven - become obsessive

3/20/2017 1:51 PM

35

genervt

3/9/2017 12:41 PM

36

I feel lonely

3/9/2017 12:30 PM

37

sad,angry

3/8/2017 4:57 PM

38

i feel like i am ill but i am not

3/7/2017 1:13 PM

39

I don't know.

3/7/2017 12:28 PM

40

stressed

3/6/2017 6:05 PM

41

stressed

3/6/2017 12:28 PM

42

naaathing

3/6/2017 12:24 PM

43

Sad and angry

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

44

Sad and angry

3/6/2017 12:20 PM

45

TIRED

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

46

i dont know

3/6/2017 12:18 PM

47

Sad, nervous, angry and worried

3/6/2017 12:16 PM

48

Stressed

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

49

Nothing

3/6/2017 12:15 PM

50

All the emotions.

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

51

dunno

3/6/2017 12:14 PM

52

ALL ABOVE

3/6/2017 12:13 PM

53

all of them

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

54

tired

3/6/2017 12:10 PM

176


55

normal

3/6/2017 11:07 AM

56

normal

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

57

nichts

3/6/2017 11:05 AM

58

normal

3/6/2017 11:04 AM

59

angry, and sad

3/6/2017 11:03 AM

60

generft

3/2/2017 10:54 AM

61

happy

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

62

Sad and Angry and Nervous

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

63

Sad and angry

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

64

nervous and sad

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

65

angry and sad mixed

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

66

helpless

3/1/2017 1:38 PM

67

codein

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

68

lazy

2/20/2017 11:57 AM

69

I'm used to be stressed, so no other feelings take place

2/20/2017 11:54 AM

70

stressed

2/20/2017 11:52 AM

71

"i wanna get high"

2/17/2017 3:04 PM

Q25 How does stress aect you physically and/or mentally? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Physically

Mentally

Both

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Physically

20.71%

134

Mentally

41.58%

269

Both

37.71%

244

TOTAL

647

177


Q26 Do you smoke? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

12.52%

81

No

87.48%

566

TOTAL

647

Q27 If yes, how many cigarettes per day do you smoke? Answered: 197

Skipped: 450

0-5

5-10

10-20

more than 20

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

0-5

74.11%

146

5-10

11.17%

22

10-20

9.14%

18

more than 20

5.58%

11

TOTAL

178

197


Q28 How often do you drink alcohol? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Never

1-5 times a year

Once a month

Once a week

More than once a week

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

90% 100%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Never

39.57%

256

1-5 times a year

19.63%

127

Once a month

21.95%

142

Once a week

13.91%

90

More than once a week

4.95%

32

TOTAL

647

Q29 Do you take any drugs? Answered: 647

Skipped: 0

Yes

No

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Yes

6.80%

No

93.20%

TOTAL

90% 100%

44 603 647

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