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1 Name of Lead Organisation: Project dates: Project Name: Evaluation Slides – The Argument Please use this template to summarise the work of your partnership, considering the needs of a broad readership. Be sure to insert plenty of photos, clips of film and audio files, scanned documents and participant comments wherever you possibly can. Anecdotes and quotations from those outside the project are helpful too. To add extra pages within a section, choose ‘Insert duplicate slide’, & delete unwanted text from new slide. The aim of The Argument is to create a way of collecting a range of evidence about what has changed to help you evaluate your project. But we also aim to contribute to a body of knowledge about how we evaluate creative interventions and make the case of creativity as central to our work. There are guidance notes at the foot of each page, and an accompanying document ‘Creativity and Risk’ that you may find useful. Stuck ? Call Judy on

2 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: Who initiated and ran the project? Who were the partners in this project? Who were the artists/creative partners? Briefly, what did you plan to do and why? Why did you choose this method of working? ( e.g. power to engage, learning styles, new skills, social and life skills etc). Type text and insert pictures and other examples here …

3 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisatio n change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: How does this work fit into the wider context of your organisation? How does it help to meet your organisation’s targets e.g. Every Child Matters, Children and Young People’s plans, youth justice plan, community safety strategy, etc. Please be as specific as you can. Does this link with any other arts-based initiatives or other work with this target group in your organisation or area? Type and insert pictures here …

4 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: Why did you choose creative activity and in particular why this art form? What were you trying to develop or find out? What risk factors in your target group does this address and how does it do this? (See accompanying document ‘Creativity and Risk’) Type and insert pictures here …

5 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: What did you do? How many young people and sessions? Where did you work and how did you find the space? How did you identify and recruit your artists? How did you find the resources? How did you convince your organisation to support this project? Type and insert pictures here …

6 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: What impacts on young people can you show? e.g. communication, self esteem and self confidence, relationships, engagement, opportunities, education, achievement, concentration, social and life skills, behaviour, enjoyment etc. ? Use data, observations of individuals, sample groups, examples of work, etc. Parents’, friends, community involvement and comments? How do these relate to the risk and protective factors? See accompanying document ‘Creativity and Risk’. Give examples of moments of impact, realisations, successes. Include data on participation, engagement and any information on accreditation, reoffending etc. Type and insert pictures here …

7 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: What shows the impact this work had on young people’s creativity? What was the starting point? What evidence is there of young people’s progression in creativity ? How have young people reflected on their creative development? Type and insert pictures here …

8 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: What have the adult partners learned, and what are the implications for your practice and your organisation ? Include extracts from your learning logs here. What new skills or ideas might you use again ? Are you trying to change the culture of your organisation? Type and insert pictures here …

9 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well ? Next questions Guidance Notes: What did you try that didn’t work as well as you had hoped? What was difficult or problematic? What were the barriers to the success of the project? How would you improve upon the project if you did it again? Type and insert pictures here …

10 OverviewContextInitial Questions ProcessImpacts on Young People Young People’s Creativity Adult Learning & organisation change What didn’t work so well? Next questions Guidance Notes: What new questions has this work opened up for you ? Has this changed your approach? Can you see new opportunities? Where are you going now? Type and insert pictures here …

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