Good Governance: How we monitor and evaluate what we do.
Monitor & Evaluation:
We will keep the attendance records and registers
of the participants attending the activities.
Records will be kept of the progress of each
child attending the project and reports of how
they are performing.
Staff will be required to provide reports on
a regular basis that will be discussed by the
A final evaluation will take place at the end
of the year to assess the impact of the project.
The project will be monitored on a monthly basis
with an appraisal every 3 months.
A final full appraisal at the end of the project
will be made with a production of a report.
The final report will take into account all
quantitative and qualitative aspects including
all feedback from the beneficiaries.
Arts carried out a survey during April 2007
through extensive outreach work with local residents,
children & young people and members of the
community and identified that disability youth
provision, or the lack of it in the area, was
a major concern to all. The range of needs identified
was diverse and included issues affecting disable
young people.The service users of our all projects
have opportunities to make suggestions, advice
and also take part in the initial planning.
Particularly, every quarter Zodiac Arts organises
meetings with their service users, where the
users are encouraged to make suggestions and
to make comments on their likings and disliking.
We know from consultation during gatherings,
our general meetings, users’ comments
and suggestions, etc that the service is most
needed. In addition to all these the spontaneous
attendance at the sessions and parents’
desire made us to continue the club and extend
Our programme adapts to the individual
needs of the children based on their skills,
abilities and interests. These needs are exceptionally
diverse and the programme has scope to embrace
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