View and download useful documents about the YES Outdoors delivery model and its impact on young people. 

We use a number of tools to measure the impact we have on our young people.

On this page you can explore various models and tools we use to define and improve the programmes we offer to young people.  We also collect data using the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS) as well as Strengths & Difficulties Questionnaires (SDQ’s), which helps us to measure outcomes amongst our service users.

Our theory of change sets out our methodology for planning, participation, and evaluation on our programmes.

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Our young person’s journey is a visual representation of the process a young person goes through when interacting with YES Outdoors.

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The logic model includes hypothesized descriptions of the chain of causes and effects that leads to our desired outcome of empowering young people to make better life choices.

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Case Studies & Evaluations

Evening Standard (26th July 2019)

Cripplegate Foundation (4th February 2018)

Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the Adventure Based Mentoring Scheme (November 2019)

Youth Futures Foundation (March 26th, 2021)

Innholders Company

Islington Giving (2020)