School of Sport and Exercise Sciences
YST / BSkyB Living for Sport
Final Monitoring and Evaluation
The final monitoring and evaluation data provided by schools will be used to establish project impact and will
contribute towards the ongoing development of Living for Sport. Project reports will be prepared by the IYS and
distributed to the YST and BSkyB. Copies will be available from the YST in October 2006.
The Final Monitoring & Evaluation Form should be completed and returned by 31st July 2006. If you require
any assistance in completing the form, or you have any questions relating to the requested information
please contact Rebecca Duncombe (IYS), tel. 01509 228779 or email R.Duncombe@lboro.ac.uk.
Please feel free to attach any supplementary pages of information, pictures, or work by young people, etc. We
would also be very interested to receive any school magazine articles or press cuttings etc. relating to your
project (photocopies are fine).
Once you have completed these forms, please return to:
The Youth Sport Trust,
Sir John Beckwith Building,
(These forms will then be forwarded to Rebecca Duncombe at the Institute of Youth Sport)
Many thanks for your time and cooperation.
Section 1: General Information
Briefly describe the impact of your living for sport scheme on the young people involved:
Briefly state whether and how Living for Sport had an impact upon the school as a whole:
Please provide any relevant pupil comments:
On a scale of 1 (not at all) to 5 (extremely), how successful has your project been in respect of achieving its
1 2 3 4 5 (circle and comment below)
In your opinion how and why?
In your opinion, were the young people aware that Sky sponsors Living for Sport?
Do you have any views about a company such as BSkyB funding such projects for young people?
Please use the back of this page to add further comments about LFS or your project:
Quantitative assessment of impact
Please identify your baseline period (e.g. Spring term (2005) – 10 weeks):
Please identify your project period (e.g. Spring term (2006) – 10 weeks):
Completing the table:
Where possible, please provide numerical data (e.g. number of behaviour referrals, actual attendance rates,
number of minutes late etc.)
If this is not possible, please use your professional judgement and the following rating scale:
VP = very poor, P = poor, A = average, G = good and VG = very good
Project School PE esteem,
Pupil attendance Behaviour Attainment Other
attendance attendance confidence,
level social skills
Baseline Final Baseline Final Baseline Final Baseline Final Baseline Final Baseline Final
Please use this space to provide further information:
Qualitative assessment of impact
Pupil name / ID
Indicate in each box: Y, S, N or D a b c d e f g h I j k l m n o p
Where: Y= 'Yes', S= 'to some extent', N= 'No', D= 'Don’t know'
4.1 Did the young person enjoy participating in the project?
4.2 Did the project successfully engage the young person?
4.3 Did the young person positively contribute during the project?
4.4 Any evidence of a) increase in self-confidence during the project?
4.5 b) improvement in attitude towards project staff during the project?
4.6 c) improvement in attitude towards non-project staff during the project?
4.7 d) attitude towards other young people during the project?
4.8 e) attitude towards PE during the project?
4.9 f) attitude towards learning during the project?
4.10 g) improvement in social skills during the project?
4.11 Was their behaviour during project activities better than normal ?
4.12 During the project, was their behaviour within PE lessons better than normal ?
4.13 During the project, was their behaviour around school better than normal ?
4.14 Has the young person become involved in extra curricular activites as a result of the project?
4.15 In summary has involvement in the project benefited this young person?
Use the space below for any additional comments relating to the project impact