We recognise that evaluation of the impact of our work is important.  As an independent programme, and with our limited funds committed to delivery, setting up large-scale, longitudinal studies of our programme is limited by the resources have available. We are certainly committed to trying to set this up in the longer-term, and drawing in the resources to support that work.

In the meantime, on the page you can find an evaluation report carried out by the University of East Anglia on our Teen Sistema Pilot project, along with links to work done by our sister projects and programmes in the UK.

Final evaluation report from the Teen Sistema Pilot Project

- funded by the Cabinet Officer under the Vulnerable & Disadvantaged Young People's Fund.

In Harmony Liverpool 2009-2019: 

Reflections on 10 years of Learning

- drawing together 10 years of evaluation conducted on In Harmony Liverpool's Sistema- inspired project.

Click on the link for more of In Harmony Liverpool's evaluation reports.

Sistema Scotland

- Sistema Scotland has been the subject of four independent research studies which look at the impact of our Big Noise Programmes on the children and young people who participate.

Click on the link to be taken to these reports.