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EdComs • Who we are • Our role in Cook It! The aim of Cook It! Evaluation To explore and measure: – Understanding of the purpose and role of Cook It! – Levels of enjoyment and satisfaction with Cook it! – The overall impact achieved for students and teachers who have participated in Cook It! – The wider benefits Cook It! has achieved for students beyond the school environment. – Drivers and barriers to setting up and running the Cook It! clubs. – Successful strategies for setting up and running the Cook It! clubs. – Strategies for sustaining Cook It! in the future. Methodology Two types of methodology: • Quantitative: – School coordinator benchmark and measurement questionnaires – Student benchmark and measurement questionnaires • Qualitative: – 12 x School visits – 4 x Group discussions with teachers – Telephone interviews with school and LEA coordinators Benchmark and tracking questionnaires • All coordinators will be asked to complete questionnaires before and after their Cook It! clubs are implemented. • We need to recruit 12 schools to administer student questionnaires before and after the Cook It! clubs are implemented. • The questionnaires will help us to: – gain an overview of the approaches adopted by schools; – obtain key data relating to the Cook It! club aims and outcomes; – accurately assess the impact of the Cook It! clubs. School case study visits • 12 School case study visits (one in each Local Authority). Each visit will involve: • Observation of the Cook It! club • Research with with difference audiences: – Mini-group discussions with participants – One-to-one interview with Cook It! coordinators – One to one interview with other teachers/staff – Mini-group discussion with parents – One to one interview with other key stakeholders e.g. community health coordinators Teacher group discussions • Four group discussions with Cook It! coordinators. • Eight teachers in each group • These will take place in accessible locations across the North East. • The qualitative research will enable us to explore in depth: How Cook It! clubs were operated Impact and learnings (students and teachers) Successful strategies/best practice Suggested improvements. • Groups will take place in the evening. The benefits of participating in the evaluation • Teachers and schools will receive financial incentives and expenses for participation: – £100 in supermarket vouchers for school visits/questionnaires. – £80 for attending teacher discussions. • Participants have the opportunity to give feedback on their involvement. • Your opportunity to provide valuable feedback Share best practice. • Share barriers and learn from others how these can be overcome. • Identify the impact of the Cook It! club in your school. Next steps… • Coordinator questionnaires are available to complete today. • Recruitment schools to take part in the student questionnaires to take place before Cook It! clubs begin.