Dallaglio Cycle Slam 2021
25 April - 7 May 2021

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We measure our impact through three mediums: 

1. Teacher Questionnaires: Using a Short Term Outcome Matrix

We believe that the best way to measure the main changes in young people’s behaviour over each year is through teacher questionnaires.  However, to ensure the teacher’s leveling of young people is more consistent, as one person’s perception is often is different to another’s, we have aligned the questions with a Short Term Outcome Matrix meaning teachers have clear examples of what young people need to be doing to reach each level.

2. Coaches Diaries: Using an online form and the Short Term Outcome Matrix

Coach’s diaries are written after each session and contain notes on what was delivered, how it went and how individuals responded and behaved.  These diaries enable Coaches to review what worked with each young person in order to plan for future sessions.  

3. Employability Passport: collating information on all the measurable activities young people take part in and tools they are developing to make them work ready

We have created a Passport for the young people to guide them through necessary preparation for entering the world of work. This includes a professional online presence (such as a LinkedIn profile), a CV, willing referees and recognition of interview practice and public speaking experience.

The impact RugbyWorks is having on our young people is clear to see in the eyes of those not only closest to them (family, teachers, support workers) but also others, such as employers like Halfords, Bidvest Logistics, Burberry and Lexington Catering. Our young people are beginning to understand the impact of their experience which includes equipping them with the necessary life skills and reducing the negative perception held of them. Over and above the reports of changed attitudes and behaviours, we’re already starting to see the real world benefits for our participants and for society from this three year programme.

Annual Review 2018

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