Case Study: Edinburgh School Uniform Bank (ESUB)

ESS worked with ESUB to help review their evaluation methods. This case study is an example of ESS’s evaluation principles – good evaluation should be about what matters, and fits the way you work.

Case Study: Funeral Link Scotland

This case study is about how tailored support sessions with ESS helped Funeral Link identify the difference that they made to their service users.

Case Study: Pain Concern Helpline

This case study is about the steps Pain Concern took in order to capture the difference their telephone helpline makes for people living in chronic pain.

Case Study: Speech Bubble Drama

This case study describes the way Speech Bubble Drama initially used ESS website resources and templates to write their first evaluation plan. ESS then reviewed the evaluation plan to help them ensure their evaluation captures what matters and fits the way they do their work.

Choosing the right evaluation methods

Shona Wells, Training Officer at Evaluation Support Scotland talks about what to consider in order to choose the best evaluation method to use for measuring your indicators.