About the report
Grantees (successful grant applicants) are required to complete an End of Project Grantee Report on completion of their WWGS funded project.
PLEASE NOTE: All reporting is carried out online-at the portal https://sha-wwgs.force.com/application/login. You’ll find your narrative report at the end of your application and the financial report can be done along side the budget part of your application
Potential applicants should note that the reporting requirements for a WWGS grant are not onerous, and very much relative to the scale of grant received (i.e. there will be more minimal reporting required on a school grant by comparison with an NGO or education network grant).
What does the report entail?
Grantee reporting is comprised of the following elements (which will vary in the level of detail required, depending on the category of grant funding received):
1. WWGS End of Project Narrative Report (contains questions on your project)
2. WWGS End of Project Expenditure Report (you are reporting on your spend)
3. WWGS Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) (this is the survey that measures progress)
WWGS will circulate the relevant information to grantees at the beginning of the academic year in which they are undertaking their project. The reporting deadline for this years 2019-2020 school grantees will be 15th May 2020.
Grantees may, if they wish, complete the reporting template throughout the course of the project, which WWGS would encourage (or they may wait until project completion if it is not feasible to do so prior to that).
Why is the final report important?
Grantee reporting is a critical component of WWGS funded initiatives, because it enables WWGS to capture, and disseminate, the impact of what is being achieved in the post-primary sector as a result of WWGS funding and supports.