We are excited to share our 2023 Impact & Learning Report!

We are delighted to share our 2023 Impact and Learning Report!

This Impact and Learning Report aims to capture highlights of the far-reaching and diverse outcomes of our work across 2023 upon over 10,000 learners, Catalysts, staff and wider community members. It also intends to offer a space for Catalysts and learners to share their stories of change and for reflection on our wider organisational growth and model of change. 

A more detailed Annual Report will follow in October 2024 with our financial reporting, and further recognition of funders, partners and supporters.

We use a range of qualitative and quantitative methods to monitor and evaluate our programmes, with support from ImpactEd, with a strong focus on using learnings to consistently work with Catalysts and staff to improve the quality of learning and wider community outcomes at the Spots, and also advance the effectiveness of our Dream Spot Model.

In 2024, we are continuing to advance the quality and scale of MEL strategies, within our capabilities as a relatively small but growing organisation, and intend to complete an independent study in the months ahead.

If you have any questions about this work, or are interesting in supporting our work more widely or the evaluation of our work, please email the CEO, Cat Davison at cdavison@eduspots.org.

Catalyst impact videos

We are consistently committed to exploring ways to raise the voice of EduSpots’ Catalysts in evaluating our work, determining organisational strategy and in sharing stories of change.

Therefore, we invite you to hear from Emma and John  two recent films which aim to capture the impact of our training, network and resource support upon two teachers and their EcoSTEM and EduKidz learners.

John from Agbledomi is one of 30 Catalysts who joined our Catalyse Leadership Programme in 2024, and is leading wider catalytic change at his Spot in improving systems, digital tools and teamwork, whereas Emma from Wodome Akatsi is from one of 7 new Spots joining the network in March 2024 who has joined the EduKidz strand.

Alongside the direct educational outcomes upon learners, we have growing evidence to believe we are making a transformative impact on the pedagogy of teachers in our network and beyond, with our session observations and wider interactions concluding that their teaching strategies are becoming increasing learner-centred, inclusive, practical and play-based. 


With an estimated 70% of our network also taking roles as classroom teachers, we estimate that the extended reach of our training of teachers in their schools and communities more widely, could be as high as 50,000 learners across 15 regions of Ghana.

Sharing our work 

We would be grateful if you could share this report or our impact videos with your networks, or with individuals or organisations who might also be interested in supporting our work.

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