This Four Cornerstones Approach Success Measures tool was co-created by Genuine Partnerships, a
Rotherham-based team of young people, parent carers and practitioners modelling and promoting
high quality co-production and inclusive practice, in partnership with national charity Contact. It
draws upon principles of co-production which originated with the Rotherham Charter, now
known as the Four Cornerstones, and is intended as a supplement to the self-evaluation tool.
Success Measures – this tool enables schools, settings and services to generate quantitative outcomes (standards) that will help them measure/evidence good quality inclusion and co-production within their organisations