As a charity, one of the first things we identified we had to do when it came to developing our programmes, was talk to people about what they wanted. And not just the people to who we would be delivering the courses. To understand the need for what we wanted to achieve, we had to dig deeper and have conversations with teachers, governors, parents, carers, and employers.

All these discussions helped us identify what was needed as well as improved literacy and an opportunity for young people to write for a purpose. 

We have continued these conversations throughout our time as a charity to get to this point – where schools and organisations can use this resource themselves. Write2 wasn’t developed because we thought it worked. Through countless discussions, interviews, feedback forms, testimonials and through the engagement of the people we work – with we know it works. 

Key Objectives:

  1. To understand the importance of impact.  
  2. To determine the benefits of the programme and how it has helped your writers and report on your findings. 
  3. To develop the programme further based on the findings. 

Resources included in this module:

  1. Checklist – info covered in the module and resources available.
  2. Guidelines – all you need to know about when it comes to measuring the impact of the programme and how to do it.
  3. Write2 Certificate of Completion – to present to your writers, particularly younger ones, upon completion of the programme.
  4. Write2 Writers Progress Record – An opportunity to capture just what your writers have mastered throughout the programme.