delivered by UCL, the University of Exeter University and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
The evaluation team is made up of a partnership between UCL, the University of Exeter, and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. The team is carrying out an evaluation of Kailo so that we can learn from the experiences in Newham and Northern Devon.
We are doing this research to learn more about young people’s experiences of taking part in the Kailo project. The aim of this evaluation is to learn more about how and why Kailo works in your local area. We hope that our findings will help us to improve Kailo before we launch it in new places.
Young Person’s Advisory Group
We are working with young people as part of our advisory group, who will help shape the evaluation of Kailo. We think it’s important for young people to be involved in every step of this evaluation as we recognise we can’t do this work without them!
What will they be doing?
The Young Person’s Advisory Group (YPAG) will take part in monthly group meetings online or in person and take part in a range of activities to shape the evaluation. These activities might include:
- Reviewing research materials and information that will be shared with young people
- Co-facilitating focus groups with researchers
- Providing feedback on research findings
- Exploring creative ways of sharing findingsHelping to share the findings with your local networks and the larger research community