The aim of extra-curricular activities
Schools organise extra-curricular activities to drive ____ (1) the point that every child________ (2). The five outcomes are being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving, making positive _______ (3) as well as _________ (4) economic well-being. Extra-curricular activities are ______ (5) for achieving these aims.
In terms of being ______ (6), physical activities such as sports, clubs and games are ___ (7) ways to push home that aim. For making a positive contribution, students are required to ______ (8) in the local ______ (9) and that allows us to tick off that point as well. The values that ________ (10) the extra-curricular activities are these five outcomes that every child matters.