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BNDfC Feb 2008 Delivering the Deal? Success, Solutions, Systems & Sustainability An evaluation of the projects funded by the Burngreave New Deal for Communities under the Children & Young Peoples Priority Area
BNDfC Feb 2008 Our purpose in relation to evaluations: Identify achievements Identify areas to improve performance overall Motivate you to take action on the findings
BNDfC Feb 2008 A summary of what we did: Overview of existing documentation and prior evaluations including other New Deal areas Overview of activity and financial data available Analysis of “virtual school” data 50 interviews/ 15 focus groups or other consultations
BNDfC Feb 2008 In Relation to the New Deal for Communities Programme: BNDFC performs well There is a strategic plan and this is evidenced in the projects funded There is a strong community theme
BNDfC Feb 2008 In Relation to the Children & Young Peoples Theme: Integration of education, sport and youth inclusion within the theme Level of community engagement in the work
BNDfC Feb 2008 Engaging Parents “The European Commission, for example, holds that the degree of parental participation is a significant indicator of the quality of the schooling.” Charles Desforges. Support from across the theme group to engage parents
BNDfC Feb 2008 Educational Impact Attendance Average1 project2 projects3 projects 91.495.195.297.5
BNDfC Feb 2008 Study Support BNDfCGenderCount% 5+A*-C Estimated A*- C based on KS2 Actual A*-C GCSEs Difference NO Study Support Boys44188.8.131.52 Girls38184.108.40.206 +0.3 Total8220.127.116.11 -0.3 Study Support Boys1618.104.22.168 +0.9 Girls1090.05.08.2 +3.2 Total2622.214.171.124 +1.8 BNDfC Boys6028.33.22.8 -0.4 Girls48126.96.36.199 +0.9 Total10840.74.04.1 +0.1 CITY Boys2874188.8.131.52 -0.1 Girls270957.85.8 0 Total558352.05.3 0
BNDfC Feb 2008 Service Delivery: Targeting History Data development
BNDfC Feb 2008 Service Delivery: Mainstreaming & Sustainability Successes Challenges
BNDfC Feb 2008 Service Delivery: Integration and Partnerships Potential for increased outcomes More effective integration: Advancing Together, Study Support and Streetworx
BNDfC Feb 2008 Effective Joint Working Distributed leadership too diffuse Not fully realised or communicated social capital created Not fully exploited the collaborative advantage created to secure the best outcomes
BNDfC Feb 2008 Recommendations: Championing the Most Disadvantaged Develop child level data and index of vulnerability Making an offer Coordinating provision Closing the gap
BNDfC Feb 2008 Conclusion: Visionary Success Closing some gaps Association with improved attendance High quality support most vulnerable High level additional activity
BNDfC Feb 2008 Conclusion: Visionary Success Wide range community learning in schools Effective engagement parents in learning Partnership schools and community Promoting citizenship and participation Mainstreaming projects and practice
BNDfC Feb 2008 Conclusion: Key Issues Re-assess distribution of leadership to maximise collaborative advantage Successfully re-commission projects as part of new local and national frameworks
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