What has been the effect of the activities?
A reduction in the number of children who are killed and seriously injured in cycling accidents in the UK. Child Road Casualty figures supplied annually by the Department for Transport every year will show if there has been a reduction or not. Injury data and HES figures (Hospital Episode Statistics) will also reveal how many children have been admitted to hospital with cycling related injuries.
How have you shared information about your project and its results?
Have they had or are they planning on getting cycle training and do they now know how to fit a cycle helmet. These results will be compared to those taken before the programme was delivered.
Who carried/carries out the evaluation activities?
When did/will you carry out the evaluation?
Before and after the intervention
Please list the indicators you use to measure success
The number of cycle helmets and bike light sets distributed by the Trust.
Monitoring the cycle helmet wearing rate in the schools that take part in the programme.
Did the children understand the material that was being taught to them?
Did the parents understand the material that was being shown in the DVD?
Please describe the evaluation tools you use (i.e. surveys, interviews, focus groups, etc.)
The Trust will use Survey Monkey to evaluate data from the questionnaires. It will also use focus groups of parents and children. The focus groups will be used to get feedback on the programmes, Focus groups are particularly useful for the children’s prog