x
x overlay image

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

Zachary loves the class. There is a good variety of activities and he really enjoys the songs and games. Matthew is enthusiastic and a good role model for my son, who is surrounded by female teachers at school.

– Mrs Judith Devney

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

– Ms Megha Agnani

Mylo absolutely loves Perform! It’s so age appropriate and keeps him interested. He enjoys the sessions from start to finish and is keen to learn at home and using the app.

– Miss Kaleigh Danby

Reagan has always struggled with focus and concentration and, since starting school, has had some confidence issues. Perform is amazing. The teachers are awesome and I am amazed with how engaged he is. He is truly happy and content.

– Ms Amanda Shapton

It can be difficult to keep Miles interested in anything so I am completely stunned that Cat and the team keep him so engaged and interested. I’ve never seen the little guy laugh so hard. I thought he was going to burst after his first class.

– Mrs Jodie Holland
020 7255 9120 Phone