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Unlocking Talent & Potential. ‘The system is currently too much of a conveyor belt – it moves children along at a certain pace, but does not deal well with individual needs ...’ CBI ‘First Steps – A new approach for our schools’ April 2012.

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    1. Unlocking Talent & Potential

    2. ‘The system is currently too much of a conveyor belt – it moves children along at a certain pace, but does not deal well with individual needs ...’ CBI ‘First Steps – A new approach for our schools’ April 2012

    3. ‘... qualifications that are more helpful to the school’s rankings than they are to the individual’s future ... ‘ DEMOS, ‘Detoxifying School Accountability’ May2013

    4. ‘Every state-funded school must offer a curriculum which is balanced and broadly based and which ... prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.’ Department for Education, National Curriculum 2013

    5. ‘Outstanding’ schools must provide: ‘… excellent educational experiences at school and these ensure that they are very well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment.’ OFSTED Schools Inspection Framework 2012

    6. ‘Education should develop each child’s personality and talents to the full.’ United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 29

    7. Connexions, Aim Higher, EBPs Economic Well-Being & Financial Literacy Careers/Enterprise/WRL framework Affordable Higher Education Vocational subjects & WEX (Wolf Review) Enterprise Education funding

    8. Academic Attainment & Progression National Curriculum Reforms League Table ‘Destinations’ & EBacc Impartial Careers Guidance

    9. Unlocking Talent & Potential Aims to build capacity within schools, rather than perpetuate a dependency on funding or external providers. It also aims to integrate areas that have often become islands of activity within schools: CEIAG, Work Experience, Employer Engagement, Work-Related Learning and Enterprise Education.

    10. Unlocking Talent & Potential The outcome is a young person who is confident about their distinctive personality and their unique portfolio of talents, which have been developed throughout their education, and who is clear how these can be applied to benefit themselves and others.

    11. Unlocking Talent & Potential • Local programmes in Birmingham, Bradford & London • SLT consultation with schools to establish requirements • Steering Group to ensure sensitivity to local context • Purposeful engagement of local employers • Impact: Skills & personal aspiration/motivation • Connecting schools and linking practitioners

    12. Educational Priorities School Strategy & Staff Training ? Employer Engagement & Briefing Employer Interests

    13. Educational Priorities School Strategy & Staff Training Meaningful Learning Experiences Self-Assessment Continuous Student Development Self-Reflection Self-Expression Evidence-rich Distinctive CV Employer Engagement & Briefing Employer Interests

    14. Educational Priorities School Strategy & Staff Training Meaningful Learning Experiences Self-Assessment Continuous Student Development Self-Reflection Self-Expression Evidence-rich Distinctive CV Employer Engagement & Briefing Employer Interests

    15. Bringing lessons to life!

    16. Bringing lessons to life! ‘As children enter your classroom the question is always the same: What’s in it for me? What is the point? Why should I be bothered learning this? …’ Essential Motivation in the Classroom. Ian Gilbert

    17. Bringing lessons to life! ‘Business partnerships should be incorporated far deeper into the school curriculum in order to develop young people’s understanding of business, increase their employability ….’ ‘No stone unturned in pursuit of growth’ Michael Heseltine 2012

    18. Bringing lessons to life!

    19. Bringing lessons to life!

    20. Bringing lessons to life!

    21. Bringing lessons to life!

    22. Bringing lessons to life!

    23. Bringing lessons to life! • ‘Can do’ • ‘Great shopkeeping’ • ‘One team’ • ‘Bringing the best out of our people’ • ‘Great selling and service’ • ‘Fresh thinking’

    24. Bringing lessons to life!

    25. Bringing lessons to life!

    26. Bringing lessons to life!

    27. Employability AND enriched subject learning ‘Quality learning experiences in ‘real’ situations have the capacity to raise achievement across a range of subjects and to develop better personal and social skills.’ Learning Outside the Classroom, DfES 2006

    28. Employability AND enriched subject learning

    29. Educational Priorities School Strategy & Staff Training Meaningful Learning Experiences Self-Assessment Continuous Student Development Self-Reflection Self-Expression Evidence-rich Distinctive CV Employer Engagement & Briefing Employer Interests

    30. Enterprise Entitlement ‘… excellent educational experiences at school and these ensure that they are very well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment.’ OFSTED Schools Inspection Framework 2012

    31. Enterprise Entitlement Careers Education Information Advice & Guidance PSHE & Financial Literacy Enterprise Education Work Experience Work-Related Learning

    32. Enterprise Entitlement ‘The passage from education to employment is a complicated one ... What should concern us all is that far too many young people are getting lost along the way.’ ‘Education to employment: Designing a system that works’ McKinsey 2012

    33. Enterprise Entitlement ‘We have concerns about the consistency, quality, independence and impartiality of careers guidance now being offered to young people.’ ‘Careers Guidance for young people’ House of Commons Education Committee 2013

    34. Enterprise Entitlement

    35. Enterprise Entitlement • How is my school helping students: • With transition to secondary school? • Make informed choices at end of KS3? • Weigh up vocational vs academic pathways? • Weigh up college vs sixth form vs employment? • Weigh up the value vs cost of higher education? • Discover if they could start-up a business?

    36. Enterprise Entitlement

    37. Enterprise Entitlement

    38. Enterprise Entitlement

    39. Enterprise Entitlement

    40. Enterprise Entitlement

    41. Enterprise Entitlement