Did you know that children’s career ambitions are already limited by the age of seven?
If you are a Primary School in Norwich OA you can receive fully funded programmes for your pupils designed to kick-start their careers education.
Action Community Enterprise (ACE) offer HALF DAY programmes for primary schools – Lou.email@example.com
- ENTERPRISE SESSION – Encouraging children to identify and develop essential non-academic skills through enterprising activities to focus on personal, social and emotional skills and their importance to work, using visitors from a variety of jobs.
- CAREER PERCEPTIONS – Help pupils understand how jobs will change in the coming years by imagining the future, challenging gender stereotypes along the way.
- SUBJECT THEMES – Give pupils an insight into industries such as construction, engineering, catering, tourism, retail and warehousing to demonstrate contextualised learning.
Form the Future are offering HALF DAY or FULL DAY programmes: Molly Askham firstname.lastname@example.org
- For 30-300 pupils working in teams to develop an idea for a product or service, with help from local entrepreneurs
- Children meet people from a range of jobs in a “Guess Who” scenario – exploring what they do in a typical day through a series of mini-workshops
- STEAM subjects (Science, technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) enabling pupils to see how their learning relates to future careers with input from industry volunteers.
- A series of enterprise sessions that introduce young people to entrepreneurialism and improve business knowledge; Target Setting, Sales & Marketing, Business Planning, Finance & Interactive Quizzes.
- Meeting volunteers from a range of jobs, before carouseling through workshops of hands on activities explore employability skills.
- STEAM workshops, from Robotics, to wind turbines, circuits, bridge building and the Tower Tournament!
OPUS offer HALF DAY or FULL DAY programmes – email@example.com
- Enterprise sessions with interactive group activities to develop essential skills for the future based on a challenging game format.
- Insight sessions with volunteer employers helping pupils create a ‘Hi-Viz CV’ to identify key transferable skills to their workplace/life beyond school
- Working with curriculum staff/leaders to develop projects to illustrate the contextualise the meaning/implications of taught lessons, such as STEM subjects, maths and English
Please contact Katie White, Norwich Opportunity Area Programme Manager with any queries or for more details – firstname.lastname@example.org / 07384 117147.