Monitoring and evaluation

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This section provides a list of resources and information. Each resource has been classified according to the category heading.

Inspiring Impact is an international collaborative programme, working with the charity sector to help organisations know what to measure and how to measure

Funding bodies are increasingly asking for measures that capture real impact, beyond traditional outcomes and wellbeing is now widely recognised as an evidence-informed, established approach to understanding how your service, project or programme makes a difference. What Works Wellbeing has put together useful resources to help charities measure their impact. 

Youth Music has created a practical guide for all those planning or running a music-making project for children and young people. This guide will help you through your entire project, from the initial proposal right through to sharing your findings.

LEAN can offer help with monitoring and evaluation and there is extensive guidance available online. The following websites can help you discover new tools for evaluation.

Since 2012, Arts Council England have been working with a range of arts and cultural organisations, devising and testing a set of principles to underpin high quality work by, with and for children and young people. 

The Arts Council has published a new self-evaluation tool to help arts organisations evaluate their performance and plan for the future