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Exploring revaluation as a strengths-based approach to changing school physical activity cultures

Spotswood, F; Spear, S; Wiltshire, G; Darnton, A; Liew, L

Authors

F Spotswood

S Spear

G Wiltshire

A Darnton

L Liew



Abstract

SCIP (School Culture Intervention Project) applied Revaluation in a series of primary schools as the basis for a transformational change programme designed to shape and improve school physical activity culture. Revaluation was used to:
Engage actors across the school system in a conversation about the value of physical activity, in all its forms
Form a coalition for culture change, powered by the strength-based qualities of the storytelling process
Co-design interventions to increase the value of physical activity across the school
The Revaluation (6 Box) workshops convened actors from across the school community, and representing all levels of the system, including: headteacher, senior management, sports/PA co-ordinator, teachers, TAs and supervisors, school council, children, parents…

Citation

Spotswood, F., Spear, S., Wiltshire, G., Darnton, A., & Liew, L. Exploring revaluation as a strengths-based approach to changing school physical activity cultures. Poster presented at 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress

Presentation Conference Type Poster
Conference Name 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress
Acceptance Date Oct 16, 2018
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Keywords physical activity, culture, schools
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress