Keeping Track

It's important to understand how the project impacts people's lives and behaviours

Around 10-12 weeks after the organisation has received their equipment, we’ll get in touch with them to ask if they can complete some basic monitoring and evaluation information. We use this to report to our funders, Sport England, but would be more than happy to share any information with you.

We have a ‘Pioneer’ survey, for the lead contact, and a ‘Player’ survey, for those who take part in the activity. Here’s what we find out from each survey;

Pioneer Survey

  • The average number of people attending sessions
  • The number demographics of participants, including gender, age, ethnicity and disability
  • Activity levels of participants before attending the sessions
  • If any volunteers are part of the project and what their roles are
  • Open-ended questions around the impact of the project
  • Satisfaction and Net Promoter Score

Player Survey

  • If their physical activity levels have increased since attending the sessions
  • What their behaviour towards sport and physical activity was before attending, and if it has changed since attending
  • Regularity of participation
  • Open-ended questions around the impact of the project
  • Satisfaction and Net Promoter Score
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