- Most respondents (78%) did not leave a comment
- There was low level criticism about the keyring rewards and difficulties in remembering to add data or not being able to back-enter data
- A few felt that there are already too many apps or that children spend too much time on devices
Further comments regarding the Pompey Monster Stomp to School Challenge (all waves)
Base: Respondents with a child(ren) attending the school: Total sample (334)
|1||Complaint about keyring/rewards||4|
|2||Positive experience with/supportive of challenge||4|
|3||Complaint regarding app functionality||3|
|4||Critical of challenge (e.g. concept, practicality, etc.)||3|
|5||Suggestion for improvement||2|
|6||Challenge did not change behaviour/not relevant||2|
Enjoyed taking part, few problems with the app, if you forget to submit your activity after a certain time you cannot go back and add it in
My daughter loves the key rings and has placed them on her book bag and lunchbox. Sadly we missed the first week but have undertaken other Stomp activities in the past
It’s a good incentive, but the school never sent out the children’s log in details until after it began. And the school didn’t hand out the key rings correctly.
This is a good idea. Children love getting the little rewards.
No one needs another excuse to be on their phones. Walk your child into school and enjoy it, it’s a simple pleasure and great daily exercise.