Work Packages

WP 1: Formative study

(leader: Poznan University of Physical Education)

A formative study will be conducted, in order to secure the cultural and contextual foundation and provide the basis for the BOOST approach
An update – May 2019
Agata Wiza – WP1 Coordinator

WP 2: Boost approach design

(leader: Poznan University of Physical Education)

BOOST will design an organisational and pedagogical approach based on findings from the formative study and through a broad consultation process with key stakeholders
An update – May 2019
Silje Bøthun – SINTEF

WP 3: Implementation

(leader: University of Córdoba)

The approach will be implemented in real-school environments in at least nine schools in three European countries (Poland, Spain, Norway). This step is key in order to ensure the relevance of the BOOST approach in a wide range of European contexts.

WP 4: Process Evaluation

(leader: SINTEF)

Assessment of the implementation, and of factors facilitating uptake and sustainability in schools.

WP 5: Effectiveness study

(leader: University of Córdoba)

The BOOST approach will be evaluated for its short-term and long-term effects on children’s social and emotional well-being

WP6: Economic evaluation

(leader: SINTEF)

An economic evaluation of the BOOST approach will be conducted in order to inform policy choices and provide evidence of the economic feasibility of possible scalability as well as evidence of cost savings in year stakeholders.

WP7: Dissemination

(leader: EUREGHA)

Dissemination of results will be a key component of the BOOST project. The general aim of the dissemination strategy is to raise awareness and promote the project, its objectives, and results to relevant stakeholders.

WP8: Ensuring uptake

(leader: Viken County)

Involvement of local and regional authorities from the three partner countries both in the project team and in an advisory board to the project in order to facilitate full exploitation of the BOOST approach locally, regionally and nationally.