InspireEducation – May Newsletter


Raising student aspirations and employability skills

Success for the Youth Employment UK campaign
New_Logo.1.pngThe Youth Employment UK campaign has arrived with a big bang. We are really pleased with the support and response we have had about the campaign. We already have a number of business organisations and schools join the campaign and will be announcing a new sponsor very soon. Read more…

Free forum and resource for Careers TeachersI2E_Logo.jpg
Inspire2Exceed has produced a website packed with free resources for careers teachers, as part of the continued development of this site a FORUM has now been added so that users can post questions, share information and support each other in delivering good quality Careers Education, Impartial Advice and Guidance (CE/IAG). Read more…

Early inspiration for students
As schools begin to look to their 2012/13 timetable it is worth considering how inspiring Careers Education can pay dividends in motivating and raising the attainment of pupils. Providing a workshop at the start of the year has proven to help students focus on the academic goals in front of them. Read more…

Bring the Olympic Legacy to your classroom1_Master_21st_Century_Legacy_Logo.png
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr David Hemery CBE as he presented the Olympic Legacy at a conference. This programme is designed for both primary and secondary pupils and offers a unique opportunity for students to develop goal setting and confidence building skills. Read more…

Giving students the opportunity to develop holistically
The business community as we know has been voicing its concerns over the work skills of young people leaving the education sector. Schools are under pressure to meet the changing demands of government and their targets, meaning that in some cases students do not get the chance to develop their all-round skills. Read more…

Paul Champion

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