Tender to expand Get Out Get Active learning
The Get Out Get Active (GOGA) consortium, led by Activity Alliance, is looking to maximise the programme’s impact to date. Investing £35,000 in the initial learning stage, the successful organisation will inform partners’ policy and practice in phase two of the programme. The findings and outputs will also support the wider sector to draw upon GOGA’s groundbreaking approach.
GOGA is an exciting programme that supports disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. Launched in 2016, it is now set to continue until 2023. All partners focus on getting some of the UK's least active people moving more through fun and inclusive activities.
Working with independent evaluators Wavehill, evaluation and learning has been a critical component. All involved have been able to see their contribution’s success. That is during the life of the grant and now as the first phase comes to conclusion. This has enabled us to start sharing evidence-based approaches in engaging inactive people effectively.
Our challenge however lies in the quantity of data and learning collected. Plus, our ability to convey effectively this to influence others’ policy and practice.
We are now seeking to engage an independent agency to work with Activity Alliance, our programme evaluators Wavehill, and broader programme partners.
In responding to the evaluation requirements set out in the tender document, we require a series of accessible outputs that will enable us to:
- Map and understand priority audiences to influence through GOGA learning
- Identify key evidence, messages and content for each audience identified
- Recommend creative outputs to communicate this learning to the identified audiences
- Reflect on what evidence we have and is not necessary to inform GOGA’s evaluation approach for phase 2
Please find detailed information below:
- GOGA consolidation of learning brief
- Appendix I GOGA Annual Report December 2019
- Appendix II GOGA supporting information
- Appendix III Monitoring Evaluation overview phase 1
- Annex A