We ask you to send us a final report at the end of your project so that we can share learning with others and let more people know about the difference your project has made.
You should plan to collect information about the differences you are making (your outcomes) routinely from the very start of your project. You might want to consider:
- using surveys
- taking photos, making recordings (audio and/or film) as a method of documenting your project activities
- interviewing some of your project participants
- making observation notes
- selecting case studies
- ensuring children's voices and views are included in your project evaluation plans
- collecting samples of children's and/or educator's work as examples of your project outcomes.
- in all reports please make sure to include your considerations about the ethical issues thorough the project, did you encounter any ethical issues during the grant period, and if so, how did you overcome these?
What should a final report include?
Information for grant holders
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We are here to help and support you. If you experience any problems with your funded project or have any questions, please just get in touch with us. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of Victoria Arneil, Programme Manager (Grants & Events).