Business/School partnerships

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Business Class pupils at the Hackney Careers Fair
Business in the Community believes the most effective way for business to support young people facing social disadvantage is to form long-term partnerships with the schools those young people attend. Business Class provides a systematic and proven framework for developing those partnerships
Business Engagement in Early Years was a business-led programme, funded by the Scottish Government, offering businesses a structured means to help children (nursery-P4) living in less affluent areas to improve their life chances and become responsible citizens. The programme has now finished but you can still download the toolkit.
Catch up on our online Q&A with our Unipart Inspiring Young Talent award Winner Sky, where we discussed the broadcaster's award winning Starting Out programme with Martha Jennings, Starting Out Manager and Harry Eke, Marketing Apprentice.
BITC Scotland pairs up with Edinburgh-based business to make a difference to young lives.
Prudential UK, Business in the Community and the CBI have collaborated to produce new guidelines for businesses to help increase their involvement with the primary education sector.
This collaborative report from Prudential, BITC and the CBI outlines five key principles for employers on working responsibly and effectively with Primary Schools.
John Neill, Chairman and CEO of Unipart led a small group of business leaders on a Seeing is Believing visit on Tuesday 18 October in London to highlight the actions that business leaders can take to bring about change in society, thereby increasing their commercial advantage.
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
A programme which partners businesses with schools to develop the precise skills that Wales’ future workforce needs is today celebrating its 60th partnership.
Twelve heads are better than one: this is the thinking behind the grouping of six schools and six businesses across the South Wales Valleys who have got together to maximise the benefits of school-business collaborations.
The Dragon LNG Darwin Experience (DLNGDE) uses field trips and hands-on activities to engage pupils, particularly those from deprived backgrounds, in technology-related career paths.