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.
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.
Members of the Bristol Business Class cluster can access shared resources on this page.
This report assesses the impact of school-business partnerships on young people’s employability, wider school and on business, evidencing the underpinning characteristics of successful partnerships
Business Class is Business in the Community’s flagship strategic education programme, and runs in schools across Scotland. The programme is designed for business to support young people facing social disadvantage by forming long-term partnerships with schools.
The next Peter Jones was discovered as part of 'Make It!' - an exciting new business challenge run by Colne, the Essex-based Housing Association.
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, January 2015.