Wise-Up End-evaluation

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Please rate the following:
1) Overall, has the programme made a positive difference?
(1= no difference, 10= significant difference noticed in the child).
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2) How much has the child’s self-confidence improved?
(1= no improvement at all e.g. they don’t believe in their abilities and are too afraid to try new things, 10= significant improvement e.g. child easily tries new things and is very confident in a range of situations).
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3) How much has the child’s self-esteem improved?
(1= no improvement at all e.g. they don’t feel good about who they are or value themselves, 10= significant improvement e.g. child has high self-esteem and is very happy in themself and who they are).
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4) How well is the child using coping strategies to relax when they are feeling hard emotions such as worry, anger or sadness?
(1= no improvement at all, 10= significant improvement e.g. child often uses strategies to help calm themselves down and relax).
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5) How would you say things are going at school for them?
(1= no improvement at all e.g. they are not self-managing when they feel hard emotions or they have no confidence at school, 10= significant improvement e.g. confidence has significantly improved and they are self-managing when they feel hard emotions at school).
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6) How would you say things are going at home for them?
(1= no improvement at all e.g. they are not self-managing when they feel hard emotions or they have no confidence at home, 10= significant improvement e.g. confidence has significantly improved and they are self-managing when they feel hard emotions at home).
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7) How well are they self-managing when they feel anxious or worried?
(1= no improvement at all, 10= significant improvement e.g. they are always using strategies to help calm themselves when feeling this way and their anxieties don’t keep them from doing everyday things).
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8) Further comments or suggestions to improve the programme?
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