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OPEN HOUSE FAMILIES 2019

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EVALUATION

BRIEF

An evaluation framework had already been created in 2018. To compare results, this evaluation used the same framework, with some minor adjustments to update best practice and cater for the new styles of events specially commissioned this year. The Open House Families team collected and entered the data. Independent impact, evaluation and engagement consultant Sally Fort was asked to advise on the original framework, ensure the new types of events were appropriately included, analyse the data and write this final report.

METHODOLOGY

The surveys included:

Paper surveys completed on the day and online surveys completed after the event

A survey for visitors to the general programme, comprising of marketing and event feedback, demographic information, outcomes for visitors, and suggested improvements and one family tours, with the same mix of survey content.

A survey for families bringing children with special needs and disabilities (SEND), with extra questions about how appropriate the event was for their child’s particular needs. A copy of the SEND survey is included as Appendix A to show all the questions included used.

All data is provided as percentages of the total number of people who responded to that specific question

Percentages are rounded to the nearest full unit

DATA AVAILABLE

181 surveys returned

o

170 surveys from general programme visitors

o

10 surveys from families visiting events specially designed to cater for children with special needs and disabilities (specialist events)

o

1 survey from a family on a family tour

The surveys returned are a fairly accurate representation of the total audience. 181 surveys from 6647 people means Open House Families can be 95% confident that answers represent what all visitors would say, give or take 7%. An ideal representation would be at least 99% confident give or take 5%. The minimum reliability usually found to be acceptable is 90% confident give or take 10%. So these results are strong but could be more accurate with a higher number of survey responses.

LIMITATIONS

SPECIALIST EVENTS: Of the data given in specialist event surveys; 60% came from specialist events (all at The National Gallery). The rest were at standard events but completed the SEND survey, and so have been included as specialist event data.

FAMILY TOURS: Only one family gave feedback about a family tour. This is included in full in the Appendix

SUMMARY

THE 2019 OPEN HOUSE FAMILIES WEEKEND WAS A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EVENT IN TERMS OF DIVERSITY OF VISITORS AND THE EXPERIENCES THEY ENJOYED.

OBJECTIVE: EXCITE AND ENTHUSE FAMILIES ABOUT LONDON’S AMAZING ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND ENGINEERING Very strongly met

6647 visitors came to 50 events across 18 sites and venues.

6412 came to the general programme in and around London’s public spaces and cultural venues.

56 came to five events for families of children with special needs and disabilities at five cultural venues (specialist events).

179 came to four tours by families, for families, created in partnership with local schools and held at four cultural venues.

Families were keen to praise the friendliness and welcome from staff and volunteers.

Fun was by the far most regularly used word to describe visitors’ experiences across the weekend.

94% would definitely or probably come to Open House Families again (similar to the 96% in 2018).

100% of families at specialist events said their child’s needs were well or very well catered for.

Activities also contributed to quality family time, understanding of environmental factors, opportunities to play with other children, learning, and wellbeing.

OBJECTIVE: ENCOURAGE FAMILIES TO THINK MORE ABOUT THE DESIGN OF BUILDINGS AND CITIES. Very strongly met. Positive reactions to the events and inspiring wonder, new ideas, creativity, learning, sense of place, and environmental factors were all clearly evidenced.

OBJECTIVE: ENCOURAGE FAMILIES TO VISIT AND ENJOY BUILDINGS AND AREAS UNKNOWN OR UNFAMILIAR TO THEM. Very strongly met. 51% of visitors had never been to the event site or venue before (an increase from 43% in 2018). 18% had never been to that part of London before (a good increase from 10% in 2018).

OBJECTIVE: ENCOURAGE FAMILIES TO DESIGN, MAKE AND BUILD

Very strongly met.

98% of families built something and 62% designed something. Although these results were also strong in 2018, families this year were much more

involved with building, and slightly more involved in designing. (Building in 2018 = 72%; designing in 2018 = 57%).

DIVERSITY & DEMOGRAPHICS

The weekend’s events were extremely successful in attracting a very diverse range of visitors.

Many more very young children aged 0-4 came this year. (53% compared to 36% in 2018).

92% of visitors came from within Greater London (similar to 88% in 2018).

12% had a disability or condition affecting daily life (a good increase from 7% in 2018; though not yet meeting the average 19% of London’s

population).

45% came from non-white ethnic backgrounds (a good increase on 30% on 2018; and higher than the London average of 40%).

33% of all family visitors were from the most deprived 20% of England (higher than London’s average of 22.5%).

FUTURE EVENTS WOULD BE EVEN BETTER IF

1. Families could be sure to get a look inside the host buildings (e.g. The Gherkin)

2. Directions, maps and signposting are clear and specific online, on site and in print

3. Facilities for all weathers and needs are ensured. Water and shade were in high demand (and not always available) for outdoor events this year; and all locations need clearly signposted and accessible toilets very nearby.

4. Programming specifically designed to engage with families from Black and Black British backgrounds can be provided, given their presence was noticeably lower than the average percent of such families living in London in contrast to the other successes in attracting diverse visitors.

5. Programming and partnerships continue to benefit children with disabilities and life affecting conditions. A good start has been made but more growth is needed.

CONTEXT OF FEEDBACK FROM FAMILIES

CONTEXT: WHICH SITES DID FEEDBACK COME FROM?

GENERAL PROGRAMME

157 families Canary Gasholder 30 St Mary Axe, The Gherkin Here East Wharf Park 13%
157 families
Canary
Gasholder
30 St Mary Axe,
The Gherkin
Here East
Wharf
Park
13%
35%
34%
18%
The Gherkin Here East Wharf Park 13% 35% 34% 18% SPECIALIST EVENTS 10 families The National

SPECIALIST EVENTS

10 families

Park 13% 35% 34% 18% SPECIALIST EVENTS 10 families The National Gallery The Here East Canary
Park 13% 35% 34% 18% SPECIALIST EVENTS 10 families The National Gallery The Here East Canary

The National Gallery

The

Here East

Canary

St Paul’s

60%

Wallace

10%

Wharf

Cathedral

Collection

10%

10%

 

10%

CONTEXT: HOW DID FAMILIES HEAR ABOUT THE EVENTS? Other (please state 6% 2% where) 70%
CONTEXT: HOW DID FAMILIES HEAR ABOUT THE EVENTS?
Other (please state
6%
2%
where)
70%
online, including
15%
15%
social media
20%
19%
word of mouth
19%
10%
newspaper/magazi
23%
24%
ne/press
0%
festival brochure
45%
or leaflet
48%
0%
All
General
Specialist

Other options for the general programme:

Many families just happened on the events as they were walking past

Some came because of the Open House Families email bulletin

At specialist events, notifications via school were by far the most effective means of communication

CONTEXT: WHY DID FAMILIES COME TO THE EVENTS?

16% Something else (tell us) 69% 20% 38% to draw, design or make 38% 40%
16%
Something else (tell us)
69%
20%
38%
to draw, design or make
38%
40%
69%
to spend time together as a family
37%
70%
38%
to attend one of the events
16%
60%
9%
to go to a new part of London
8%
20%
9%
chance to see a specific building
8%
20%
All
General
Specialist

Other reasons at general events were:

Social - meeting friends and a chance for children to play with others.

Programming - like being attracted by something different, the Lego or golf, or having had a good experience at last year’s events.

Architecture - wanting to learn about the buildings, architect or building materials

Wellbeing - such as a chance to be outdoors And at specialist events:

Programming attracted by the specially arranged events

Social spending time together as a family

Creative / sensory wanting to draw, design or make

CONTEXT: WHAT ACTIVITIES DID THEY TAKE PART IN?

What Did Any of You Do at This Event? (Tick all that apply)

learned something

laughed at something

talked about

something

listened to something

watched something

designed something

drew something

built something

44% 36% 80% 48% 40% 80% 45% 39% 50% 36% 28% 90% 50% 42% 80%
44%
36%
80%
48%
40%
80%
45%
39%
50%
36%
28%
90%
50%
42%
80%
62%
55%
60%
50%
45%
30%
98%
86%
90%
All
General
Specialist
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EXPERIENCE: WHAT DID FAMILIES THINK OF THE EVENTS?

EXPERIENCE: WHAT DID FAMILIES THINK OF THE EVENTS? “creative messy fun!” “One of the few events
“creative messy fun!”
“creative messy
fun!”
DID FAMILIES THINK OF THE EVENTS? “creative messy fun!” “One of the few events that can
“One of the few events that can really appeal to all ages (even adults)”
“One of the few events
that can really appeal to
all ages (even adults)”
“Community involvement about city and people” “Very inclusive, fun, environmentally friendly” “Very
“Community
involvement about city
and people”
“Very inclusive, fun,
environmentally
friendly”
“Very friendly staff,
and original
entertaining activities”
“A lovely child-
friendly space to
stumble upon”
“A great opportunity to let
young people work
together in a team
(socialise).”
“It's a route to re-
engaging the mind”
“Amazing initiative to
raise awareness re
architecture”
“Wish this was a
permanent feature
in London”
“Just perfect for fun, learning,
playing with other children”

EXPERIENCE: REPEAT VISIT POTENTIAL

How likely would you be to come to Open House Families again?

74% 74%

70% 21% 20% 20% 10% 6% 5% 0% 0% Specialist General All
70%
21%
20%
20%
10%
6%
5%
0%
0%
Specialist
General
All
74% 74% 70% 21% 20% 20% 10% 6% 5% 0% 0% Specialist General All SALLY FORT,
74% 74% 70% 21% 20% 20% 10% 6% 5% 0% 0% Specialist General All SALLY FORT,

EXPERIENCE: HOW FAMILIES SUMMED UP THEIR EXPERIENCE IN ONE SENTENCE

HOW FAMILIES SUMMED UP THEIR EXPERIENCE IN ONE SENTENCE Visitors to the General programme EXPERIENCE: WHAT

Visitors to the General programme

EXPERIENCE: WHAT CHILDREN THOUGHT, IN THREE WORDS

programme EXPERIENCE: WHAT CHILDREN THOUGHT, IN THREE WORDS Visitors to the General programme Visitors to the

Visitors to the General programme

THOUGHT, IN THREE WORDS Visitors to the General programme Visitors to the specialist event Visitors to

Visitors to the specialist event

to the General programme Visitors to the specialist event Visitors to the specialist event SALLY FORT,

Visitors to the specialist event

EXPERIENCE: HOW PEOPLE FELT ABOUT BUILDINGS, ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN OR LONDON AFTER THEIR VISIT

BUILDINGS, ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN OR LONDON AFTER THEIR VISIT Visitors to the General programme Visitors to the

Visitors to the General programme

LONDON AFTER THEIR VISIT Visitors to the General programme Visitors to the specialist event The events

Visitors to the specialist event

The events had a positive impact on 94% of visitors, including general enjoyment, new ideas, feeling more informed, improved wellbeing, being more environmentally aware, and being part of a local community. The remaining 6% had no response as the events reinforced their existing position, usually because they were from an architecture background.

65% gave generic positive feedback, such as feeling good, fun, interested. From the remainder who gave more specific feedback:

23% had new ideas such as feeling inspired or creative.

20% came away feeling more informed.

17% had improved wellbeing, for example feeling uplifted, transported or optimistic.

13% felt more conscious of the impact of buildings on the environment.

17% of the 30 (6% of the full total) felt no different, as mentioned above.

10% felt a sense of community, feeling proud of the area or more included.

EXPERIENCE: HOW WELL DID THE SPECIALIST EVENTS CATER TO CHILDRENS’ NEEDS?

The specialist events met the needs of children very well. “This was one of the better events - if not the best!”

How well did the event accommodate the specific needs, conditions, barriers or strengths in your child’s life?

67%

 

33%

 

0%

0%

0%

0%

very well

well

unsure

badly

very badly

Not applicable

Families at Specialist Events were asked about how well the events catered for their

children’s needs. Feedback was very positive about this with 100% saying the event

met their child’s needs well or very well. They explained further, to help Open House

Families better understand the types of factors that affected this feedback:

Visually Impaired (registered blind). Cerebral Palsy. I would say that it's always going to be difficult to cater for these disabilities but this was definitely one of the better events - if not the best. A lot of museums etc make a kind of token concession (such as a sensory zone) which takes the child about one minute to navigate!

"Visually Impaired. Guide described clearly what could be seen in the painting and the building. provided tactile

materials (bark, slate,

children themselves to describe/explain their needs ('Can you tell me how you see?')."

)

for children to feel. Asked the

He has a genetic condition that affects his brain, and from brain to everything! But the staff were just amazing and helped us a lot!

One family also talked about how they felt more able to

visit the venue generally:

“It gave us encouragement to visit the National Gallery - guidance in navigating the collection,
“It gave us encouragement to visit the National Gallery - guidance in
navigating the collection, & on context of 2 paintings and one space -
opportunity to engage with the material by building and playing around.”

EXPERIENCE: IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE SIGNIFICANT ABOUT THE FAMILIES AND EVENTS?

ANYTHING ELSE SIGNIFICANT ABOUT THE FAMILIES AND EVENTS? Many families wanted to thank volunteers and staff

Many families wanted to thank volunteers and staff for being so very

helpful, friendly and welcoming. This was by far the biggest response to this

question.

A few added further gratitude saying how much they love the events and

hope the programme continues in future years.

"friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere”
"friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere”
"Very helpful and friendly volunteers”
"Very helpful and
friendly volunteers”
"Perfect volunteers”
"Perfect volunteers”
"It's very well organised, delivered and friendly atmosphere.”
"It's very well organised, delivered and friendly atmosphere.”
"Lovely positive volunteers”
"Lovely positive volunteers”
"Nice friendly and helpful volunteers”
"Nice friendly and
helpful volunteers”
"Very helpful volunteers”
"Very helpful volunteers”
"the staff were very helpful with us”
"the staff were very
helpful with us”
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FAMILIES: WHAT KINDS OF FAMILIES VISITED?

FAMILIES: LOCATION

92% of families came from within Greater London

4% came from other parts of England (Midlands and South)

1% each came from Scotland, Ireland, Canada and North Africa.

FAMILIES: NEW VISITORS

51% of all visitors had never visited the venue before (51% of general programme / 50% of specialist events).

18% of all visitors had never visited the area before (17% of general programme / 30% of specialist events)

FAMILIES: GROUPINGS

Overall, families brought very young (0-4 years) and young (5-11 years) children in almost equal amounts. Teenagers barely registered, with only 8 in total from over 300 children.

Ages of all children

11-15 3% 5-11 46% 0-4 51%
11-15
3%
5-11
46%
0-4
51%

Childrens' Ages by Programme Strand

58%

37% 38% 29% 5% 2% 0-4 5-11 11-15 Specialist General
37%
38%
29%
5%
2%
0-4
5-11
11-15
Specialist
General

Overall, the averagefamily comprised 2.16 adults with 1.41 children

At general events, most families came with 2 adults and usually one, sometimes two children in the group. Children aged 0-4 were slightly more common than those aged 5-11.

At specialist events this was more likely to be between 1 and 3 adults, with one or two children being equally likely. Children at specialist events were most likely to be aged 5-11.

Number of Children Per Family / Group 50% 42% 41% 30% 10% 10% 8% 6%
Number of Children Per Family / Group
50%
42%
41%
30%
10%
10%
8%
6%
3%
1%
0%
0%
0%
0%
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
1% 0% 0% 0% 0% One Two Three Four Five Six Seven General Specialist Single children

General

0% 0% 0% One Two Three Four Five Six Seven General Specialist Single children by age

Specialist

Single children by age range 44% 40% 36% 20% 0% 1% Only 0-4 Only 5-11
Single children by age range
44%
40%
36%
20%
0%
1%
Only 0-4
Only 5-11
Only 11-15
Specialist
General

HOW SUCCESSFUL IS OPEN HOUSE FAMILIES AT ATTRACTING DIVERSE VISITORS?

FAMILIES: ETHNICITY

The programme is very successful in attracting a wide range of ethnically diverse families and has improved significantly on last year’s progress.

BASELINE: The general population in London is 60% white (Office for National Statistics, 2015) 1 Last year’s Open House Families reported 62% of visitors coming from White ethnic backgrounds.

This year around half of all families described their ethnicity as white (55% in total), so the programme is doing very well at attracting a wider range of ethnically diverse families.

More could be done to attract Black / Black British families, who make up 13% of London’s population in general, but only visited in very small numbers.

55% 55% 50% 30% 20% 20% 18% 13% 12% 9% 8% 5% 5% 0% 0%
55%
55%
50%
30%
20%
20%
18%
13%
12%
9%
8%
5%
5%
0%
0%
Asian or Asian
Black or Black
Mixed
White
Other ethnic
British
British
group (including
Chinese)
Specialist
General
All

FAMILIES: DISABILITY & HEALTH

Access for families of children with disabilities and conditions is improving, though there is scope to keep growing.

92% 88% 70% 30% 12% 8% Yes No Specialist General All
92%
88%
70%
30%
12%
8%
Yes
No
Specialist
General
All

2 https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/london-s-diverse-population-

BASELINE: 19% of people living in London have a disability (Mayor of London DataStore 2019) 2 . 7% of families to last year’s Open House Families included someone with a disability.

Overall 12% of families said someone in their party had a disability

of condition affecting daily life.

Unsurprisingly the specialist events were far more successful at

attracting these families, 70% of them families identifying as such,

compared to 8% of families at general events.

At specialist events, families were able to say more about the

conditions if they wanted to. These included a brain condition

which also affected everything else; several with visual

impairments; and cerebral palsy.

FAMILIES: SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND

The events are very successful at attracting families from some of the most deprived areas of the country.

The chart shows where visiting families live in terms of the Multiple Deprivation Index, which measures the quality of life 3 in each postcode district (i.e. first half of postcode) in England.

BASELINE: 22.5% of London falls within the most deprived 20 per cent of England (English Indices of Deprivation, 2015) 4

35%

30%

25%

20%

15%

10%

5%

0%

Indices of Multiple Deprivation Ranking

20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Indices of Multiple Deprivation Ranking   10% 20% 30% 40% 50%
 

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

most

most

most

most

most

least

least

least

least

least

33% of all family visitors are within the most deprived 20%, far higher than the average London population.

family visitors are within the most deprived 20%, far higher than the average London population. General

General

family visitors are within the most deprived 20%, far higher than the average London population. General

Specialist

family visitors are within the most deprived 20%, far higher than the average London population. General

All

Around a fifth of visitors live in the top 10% most deprived areas.

Around half live in the 30% most deprived areas in the country.

This applies equally to families at general and specialist events.

On this map the deeper the red, the more deprived the area. The deeper the green, the less deprived the area.

The map shows that the majority the families from more deprived areas tend to live in North / East London boroughs.

3 Such as health, employment, crime, income etc. 4 https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/indices-of-deprivation-2015

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IMPROVEMENTS: WHAT DO FAMILIES WANT TO SEE DONE DIFFERENTLY IN THE FUTURE?

40% had ideas about improving the programme.

o

About a third were disappointed not have been given access to the inside of the building. Given the organisation and event name this is an important point which needs to be completely clear in future events.

o

A fifth explained how facilities could be better. Water stations were mentioned by many, and shady cover was also raised. The hotter weather does need factoring into planning. A few people mentioned that music would have improved the ambience even more but were clear this was just a nice extra, not essential. A small number said they needed access to closer toilets (including one family at a specialist event).

o

Most other feedback was all about wanting more! More activities, more locations, more materials, more for older children, for younger children and for babies.

27% wanted more information. Mostly this meant more directions, specific locations, and maps. In publicity, the general site was clear, but families wanted to know more about exactly where on site the activity would be. This was especially true at Canary Wharf.

At specialist events in The National Gallery, families wanted more available for children to touch (especially given high numbers of visually impaired children).

Many of these requests echo those identified in 2018 and will need clear changes next time, in order to keep feedback as positive as it has been the past two years.

In addition, not something families themselves have commented upon, but future improvements highlighted by survey data:

More activities specifically designed to welcome Black / Black British families, since these are noticeably lower than the London average, which is contrast to the general trend of excellent diverse representation amongst visitors.

Continued work catering for families bringing children with disabilities or other special needs and conditions. Progress via the targeted events this year has been very successful. Progress has grown from 7% to 12% this year which is impressive. A further 7% is needed to meet London’s current average of 19%. A new census is due in 2021 and is likely to show far higher rates of disability given the rise in neurological disability diagnoses and awareness (e.g. autism, dyslexia, dysgraphia etc) so ideally, Open House Families should work towards far exceeding 19% to be truly representative.

APPENDIX A

SURVEY QUESTIONS

1. Which Open House Families site did you visit today?

2. How would you describe Open House Families in one sentence?

3. Please ask your kids for up to three words to describe the event

4. Had you visited this building / venue before today? No / yes once / yes more than once

5. Had you been to this part of London before today? No / yes once / yes more than once

6. Did anyone in your group (including adults) do any of these things at this event? Built something / drew something / watched something / designed something / laughed at something / listened to something / talked about something / learned something

7. How likely would you be to come to an Open House Families event again? Definitely / maybe / probably or depends / probably not / definitely not

8. At the end of your visit, how do you feel about buildings, architecture, design or London in general?

9. How did you hear about today’s event? (Tick all that apply) Festival brochure or leaflet / newspaper, magazine or press / word of mouth / online including social media / other (please state where).

10. What in particular made you come along today? (Tick all that apply). Chance to see a specific building / to go to a new part of London / to attend one of the events / to spend time together as a family / to draw, design or make / something else (please tell us what).

11. If you could improve one thing about Open house Families what would it be?

12. What else is important for you to tell us about this event?

13. Our group is made up of: number of children aged 0-4 / number of children aged 5-11 / number of children aged 11-15 / number of adults (aged 16+)

14.

What is the first half of your postcode?

15. How would you describe your ethnic origin? Asian or Asian British / Black or Black British / Mixed / White / Other ethnic group (including Chinese)

16. Does anyone visiting as part of your group today have disabilities or health conditions affecting daily life?

Additional Questions for specialist events designed to accommodate special needs and disabilities

17. How well did the event today accommodate the specific needs, conditions, barriers or strengths in your child’s life? Very well / well / unsure /

badly / very badly / not applicable

18. To help us keep improving the accessibility of our events, could you say what conditions / disabilities / needs your child has and how the event did or didn’t take account of them?

FAMILY TOUR FEEDBACK

Which Open House Families site did you visit today?

Barbican and St Pauls

How would you describe Open House Families in one sentence?

A good idea

Please ask your kids for up to three words to describe the event. They can write them here, if they like

"What's for pudding?"

Had you visited the building/venue you came to today before?

no, it was our first time

Had you been to this part of London before today?

yes, more than once before

 

watched something

listened to something

Did anyone in your group (adults too) do any of these things at this event? (tick all that apply)

talked about something

laughed at something

 

learned something

How likely would you be to come to an Open House Families event again?

probably

At the end of your visit, how do you feel about buildings, architecture, design or London in general?

It's always good to have a reminder of all the great things London has to offer.

How did you hear about today’s event? (tick all that apply)

word of mouth

And what in particular made you come along today? (tick all that apply)

chance to see a specific building

to spend time together as a family

If you could improve one thing about the Open House Families, what would it be?

More attendees. I felt bad for the presenters that the group was so small

What else is important for you to tell us about this event?

-

Our group is made up of:

 

Number of children aged 0-4

 

Number of children aged 5-11

1

Number of children aged 11-15

 

Number of adults (16+)

2

What is the first half of your postcode? E.g. N1

EN4

How would you describe your ethnic origin?

White

Does anyone in your group have disabilities or health conditions affecting daily life?

No