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PROJECT TARGETS AND ACTIVITIES 1:

Table of Projected Targets and Actual Outputs

 

 

 

ACTIVITY

Target

Actual

1.00

ARCHIVE "WEEKENDS"

   
 

Total number of "Weekends"

10

12

 

Average number of individuals at each, not counting project team

8

13

 

Total number of different individuals participating (that is, not counting multiple involvements by individuals in more than one Weekend, and not counting members of project team or trainers)

80

105

 

55 Former Children

13 Former Staff

12 Family Members

20 General Public

5 Professional

 

[19 Young People]

       

2.00

ASSESSMENT, TRAINING and ADVISORY EVENTS

   
 

Total

8

8

(Note: In the original application the conference counted as an ATA Event. On that basis, there have been 9)

 

Average number of people attending each event (including project team)

10

12.5

 

Total numbers attending all events

80

100

 

Advisory Group member participations including PMG members

24

30

 

Project Staff participations

24

26

 

Other Volunteer/Participations

32

44

       

3.00

ORAL HISTORY RECORDING and TRANSCRIPTION

   
 

RECORDINGS

134

282 total

(273 audio/10 video)

 

133 Life Story

42 Group

47 Events

(e.g., Conferences, ATA Events)

35 Specialist (e.g. oral history training, music rehearsal)

25 Digital Story

[259 hours of recording]

 

 

by oral historian/staff

110

203 [+ 1 shared with volunteer]

[106 Life Story]

 

in the field

50

37

[24 Life Story]

 

at base

60

166

[83 Life Story]

 

by volunteers

24

78 [+ 1 shared with staff]

[24 Life Story]

 

at base

12

56

[18 Life Story]

 

field

12

22

[6 Life Story]

 

Interviewees/Persons recorded

n/a

Individual

  • 127 Former Child
  • 20 Former Staff
  • 12 Family Members of
  • 1 Friend of

 

Volunteers

  • 18 Young People
  • 6 Adults

 

Groups

  • 31 Former Children
  • 9 Former Children and Staff
  • 2 Former Children and non-Community
  • 26 Event (Mixed)
  • 4 Former Staff
  • 5 Young People
 

Interviewers/Persons recording

n/a

 

13 by Former Child

98 by Former Staff

12 by Former Staff: Adult Therapeutic Communities

120 by Adults/Non-Community members

24 by Young Persons

 

 

TRANSCRIPTS

134

119

 

112 Life Story interviews

3 Volunteer sessions

4 Digital Stories

 

 

       

4.00

ARCHIVE CATALOGUING,

PRESERVATION/DIGITISATION

   
 

Archive Accessions

 

157 Received as a direct consequence of the project

29 Generated by the project (e.g., project photographs)

 

as well as 33 of direct relevance to the project, but not received as a direct consequence of it

 

Of these:

Digital Accessions (not including material generated by the project itself)

 

39 accessions

1,794 items

2,034 digital files

 

Catalogues: New, available to the public

3

5

(Two in progress (one the project oral history catalogue))

 

Catalogues: Existing, edited of sensitive material and made available to the public

10

10

(3 ongoing)

 

Total number of Digitised Items

350

3,490

(5,401 new digital files)

 

 

Digitised: Slides and photographs

250

2,897 images

(2,913 digital files)

 

Digitised: Documents

100

287 documents

(1,983 digital files)

 

Digitised: Films

 

6 films

(6 digital files)

 

Digitised: Objects (photographed)

 

72 images

(72 digital files)

 

Digitised: Audiocassettes

 

218

(408 digital files)

 

Digitised: Reel to reel tapes

 

9

(18 digital files)

 

Digitised: CD

 

1

(1 digital file)

       

5.00

TRAININGS for STAFF

   
 

Total

4

8

 

Data Protection and Legal Issues

1

1

 

CPD

  • Digital shorts training
  • Transcript to script training
  • "Lives in Focus' video history training
  • Website training (2)
  • Database training
  • Child Care History Network archives conference
  • Child Care History Network Annual Conference

 

3

8

       

6.00

TRAININGS FOR VOLUNTEERS

   
 

Total

21

37

 

Data Protection Act and Legal Issues [incorporated into Archive/conservation training, and in working with documents and materials]

5

2

 

Video shorts

3

3

[NB: Two of which were two day trainings vs. planned one day]

 

Transcript to Script

2

2

 

Website design and management

1

5

 

Oral History

5

8

 

Archive/conservation

5

17

       

7.00

INTERNET DEVELOPMENT

   
 

Number of live websites (Main and Subsidiary, e.g., communities)

6

8

 

Visits to website (blog has been incorporated into the website)

[Period covered: April 2010-October 2011. Statistics for first quarter of the project, January 2010-March 2010, can not be separated from statistics on different ISP from May 2009-March 2010, which include the Development Phase. During this period there were 10,579 visits with 177,541 hits]

75,000

77,040 visits

1,908,840 hits

 

Audio/Video oral history selections uploaded and available

30

38

 

11 Main Site

9 Bodenham

3 Caldecott

8 Red Hill

7 Wennington

 

 

Transcript selections uploaded and available

-

23

 

4 Main site

4 Bodenham

2 Caldecott

9 Red Hill

4 Wennington

 

Written accounts uploaded and available

-

19

 

2 Main Site

4 Aston House

1 Bodenham

9 Caldecott

2 Red Hill

1 Wennington

 

Photographs uploaded [archival or documentary. Does not include News item photographs]

50

428

 

66 Main Site

7 Barns

4 Bodenham

68 Caldecott

3 Red Hill

278 Wennington

2 Westhope Manor/Shotton Hall

 

 

Documents uploaded

50

130

 

4 Main Site

11 Aston House

8 Bodenham

8 Caldecott

10 Red Hill

86 Wennington

3 Westhope/Shotton

 

 

New pages for main website [Pages added to website since beginning of project, and currently published. Web-pages which have served a purpose and been deleted or de-activated/unpublished are not factored in]

50

139

 

New pages for subsidiary websites

each community10 (x 5)

50

244

 

17 Aston House

3 Barns Hostel and School

35 Bodenham

29 Caldecott

31 Red Hill

114 Wennington

8 Westhope/Shotton

 

Online Media: Digital Video stories

5

5

2 Bodenham

2 Caldecott

1 Wennington

[NB: 6 further digital stories - 1 Wennington and 5 Caldecott - have been completed and are awaiting author's final approval before uploading.]

 

Online Media: Radio Programmes

5

0

       

8.00

VISITS BY FORMER CHILDREN AND STAFF TO CURRENT COMMUNITIES

   
 

Total

5

5

 

Recordings of reflections on the experience

5

5

 

 

Articles for online magazine and/or project website

5

0

       

9.00

INFORMATION PLAQUES

 

in progress

 

Total

15

5

 

Real

5

5

 

Virtual

10

0

       

10.00

PUBLICATION OF OUT-OF-PRINT TEXTS Book length or equivalent

5

0

       

11.00

PERFORMANCE and WORKSHOPS

   
 

Number of performances by end of project

5

4

[2 "Other People's Children"/ 2 Trinity Catholic School]

 

take up of performance DVDs

15

3

       

12.00

PROJECT CONFERENCE

   
 

Number of conferences

1

1

[two days, rather than planned one day]

 

Number of people attending

55

43

[79 attendances over two days, 3 of them young people; and 86 with 7 additional young people for performance on day two]

 

 

 

Number of papers presented

6

18 presentations

1 panel discussion

[involving total of 26 speakers, 3 of whom were young people]

and

1 Performance

[ten young people]

 

       

13.00

NEWSLETTER

   
 

Number of issues [one post-project]

4

3

[1 post-project still to come]

 

 

Number of each issue distributed physically

200

350

 

Number of each issue distributed electronically

0

200

       

14.00

FINAL COMMUNITY EVENT

   
 

Number of events

1

1

 

Number of people participating

70

34

       

15.00

PROJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP MEETINGS

   
 

Number of meetings

4

7

       

16.00

VOLUNTEERS

   
 

Total number of individual volunteers:

106

168

 

Trustees

11

11

 

Project Management Group

8

8

[As well as 3 Trustees]

 

Members of Advisory/Training/Assessment Group

14

15

 

Members of communities

60

91

 

57 Former children

19 Former staff

15 Family members

 

 

Students/Young People Volunteers

5

9

 

Students/young people in Performance Group

5

27

 

5 AGS

22 Trinity

 

Speakers at Conference

3

7

[not accounted for in other categories, from 26 speakers/presenters in total]

       

17.00

YOUNG PEOPLE DIRECTLY BENEFITTED

   
 

Total number of young people benefitted

270

117

 

Student volunteers

10

35

 

Through the Internet

20

6 (on site forum)

[General mechanism to capture demographic information on website visitors not in place ]

 

Through performance and post-performance workshops

80

30

 

Through visits by former children and young people to current therapeutic environments

100

25

 

Through the publicity around, and installation of, information plaques

60

0

 

Oral history workshop/seminar (University of Gloucestershire)

-

21

       

18.00

Number of people TRAINED

   
 

Total

76

76

 

Project Staff

4

4

 

Student Volunteers (not in performance group)

5

7

 

Students/young people in Performance Group

 

Oral history training - 18

Script to transcript training - 7

5

27

 

5 AGS

22 Trinity

 

Members of communities

60

32

 

Members of General Public/Volunteers

 

6

       

19.00

VISITORS in the 12 months after project ends

   

19.10

Website

increase over pre-project levels, website and blog visits 40%

75,000

0

19.20

On-site

40% increase in visitors over pre-project visits

250

0

       

20.00

OTHER OUTPUTS and OUTCOMES

   
 

Participation in Other Events

 

78

48 Open Day

30 Red Hill School Reunion