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Monitoring and evaluation

The intended overall impact of the Scheme is the development of young people with specific needs who would otherwise not get the chance due to socio-economic reasons and other barriers to access.

To this end there are three main elements to measuring the impact of the Scheme:

  • The number of placements available for young people in need
  • The number of young people who participate in the drama course from the targeted areas of need
  • The progress made by each participant during the drama course

These are clearly measured and analysed using existing systems set up and made available by Perform. This ensures efficiency of costs and also the highest protection of data (Perform have inbuilt quality mechanisms for ensuring data protection of their young people).

Monitoring and evaluation is carried out for two core organisational purposes – to measure the impact of the Scheme, and to comply with organisational obligations and responsibilities. The key tools for measuring the impact of the Scheme are:

  • Quantitative count: number of placements available for young people in need in any one year
  • Quantitative count: number of young people who participate in the drama course from the targeted areas of need in any one year
  • Qualitative analysis: the progress made by each participant during the drama course as reported in development files for each young person
  • Qualitative analysis: the analysis of specific development areas across all young persons supported by the Scheme

There are a number of quality assurance procedures in place to ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of organisational obligations and responsibilities. These include the following:

  • Child Protection Policy and procedures
  • Health and Safety Policy and procedures
  • Annual financial audit process
  • Stakeholder condition compliance procedures (as required)
  • Perform Teacher training standards
  • Perform Teacher monitoring procedures

My daughter is always happy when she comes back from Perform and she’s always eager to show me what she's learnt. The joy on her face is enough for me to know she really enjoys it.

– Mrs Anu Konu

A great balance of discipline and fun. Cooper comes out of class completely engaged and enthused. It's a great end to his week and start to the weekend!

– Claudia simon

I am impressed with Perfom and the resources that support the class/theme for the term, for example the poster/stickers; CD and IPad app. This has enabled me to continue the work and support Aaron at home, including the dances and songs.

– Rebecca Daniels

Camilla is always excited to go to her Perform. India is very nice and professional and I liked watching the Open Workshop video you filmed.

– Mrs Lina Hamdi

Matilda loves it more than any other after school activity. She is excited every Monday.

– Miss Matilda Iso-Rautio

Henry is so passionate about Perform! I have never seen a class 'light his fire' like this one! There is a real emphasis on child development and it is clear the staff get to know the children well. Rhia is fantastic and brings such energy to the classes and provides an amazing role model.

– Mrs Sarah Simon

Nysha looks forward to her classes with Aled. He is great!

– Ms Megha Agnani

I really like the weekly feedback by e-mail. The girls love the stickers and really look forward to going to the class each week. It is a good carrot for getting homework done on Saturday morning.

– Amanda Fitzmaurice

Josh and Aaron have been loving the classes. I love the ethos and wish we had signed up sooner. James is brilliant!!

– Ms Sophie Busch

I was really impressed with the care Miranda took to find out about Ellie before she started and just how much she cares about the development of each of the children in her class. It's great to see how much the children enjoy it and I'm so pleased with how welcome Ellie has been made to feel. I would have no hesitation in recommending Perform to anyone!

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