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NCH Scotland's reading rich programme delivered by the Scottish book trust Maureen Finn ISBN 978 0 7559 7080 3 (Web only publication) This document is also available in pdf format (480k) Accompanying this report is a Research Findings summary
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYINTRODUCTION EVALUATION AIMS AND METHODOLOGY FINDINGS RELATING TO IMPACT ON YOUNG PEOPLE LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE DELIVERY OF READING RICH
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTIONBACKGROUND TO READING RICH READING RICH PROGRAMME'S AIMS AND RATIONALE THE EVALUATION AIMS AND OBJECTIVES INTENDED OUTCOMES GROUPS AND SETTINGS
CHAPTER TWO: PHASE 1 PROGRAMME AND EVALUATIONPHASE 1 PROGRAMME SETTINGS THE ROLE OF THE PART-TIME CO-ORDINATOR AND THE FAMILIARISATION VISITS PROGRAMME FEATURES CHALLENGES TO THE PROGRAMME DURING PHASE 1 PHASE 1 EVALUATION SUMMARY OF PHASE 1 EVALUATION AND PHASE 2 APPROACH
CHAPTER THREE: PHASE 2 PROGRAMME AND EVALUATIONPHASE 2 PROGRAMME HILLSIDE SCHOOL SYCAMORE PROJECT COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVE PLACEMENT SCHEME ( CAPS) NCH SCOTLAND INTENSIVE SUPERVISED STRUCTURED CARE ( ISSC) EDINBURGH SECURE SERVICES ( ESS) ST KATHERINE'S PHASE 2 EVALUATION
CHAPTER FOUR: FINDINGS: IMPACT ON YOUNG PEOPLEPHASE 1: FINDINGS FROM MORAY PHASE 2: FINDINGS FROM HILLSIDE SCHOOL PHASE 2: FINDINGS IN RELATION TO GLO FRAMEWORK
CHAPTER FIVE: FINDINGS: PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND DELIVERYPLANNING AND RATIONALE DELIVERY LEARNING METHODOLOGIES COMMUNICATION MONITORING AND FLEXIBILITY
CHAPTER SIX: DISCUSSION AND POINTS FOR CONSIDERATIONINTRODUCTION MEETING THE AIMS OF READING RICH FOR LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN DISCUSSION OF ISSUES ARISING
ANNEX 1: PHASE 1 EVALUATION FRAMEWORKANNEX 2: CARER/STAFF FRAMEWORKANNEX 3: MANAGEMENT QUESTIONAIREANNEX 4: PROJECTS SURVEYANNEX 5: REVISED INDICATORS IN RELATION TO GLOSANNEX 6: FINDINGS FROM PHASE 1ANNEX 7: FINDINGS FROM PHASE 2 HILLSIDEANNEX 8: FINDINGS FROM PHASE 2 SYCAMOREANNEX 9: PRE-INTERVENTION QUESTIONNAIRES - ISSCANNEX 10: LAC INVOLVEMENT AT PHASES 1 AND 2
The views expressed in the report are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Scottish Government or any other organisation(s) by which the author(s) is/are employed.
It should be noted that since this research was commissioned a new Scottish government has been formed, which means that the report reflects commitments and strategic objectives conceived under the previous administration. The policies, strategies, objectives and commitments referred to in this report should not therefore be treated as current Government policy necessarily.
The Scottish Government is making this research report available on-line in order to provide access to its contents for those interested in the subject. The Executive commissioned the research but has not exercised editorial control over the report.
This web only report is accompanied by the web only research findings 35/2008 " Evaluation of Reading Rich".
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