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Briefing Papers

Two briefing papers entitled 'Enterprise and Transition' and 'The Power of Partnerships'; they include examples and case studies, based on the experiences of the 'Are You Ready?' organisation.

Purpose and process

The papers explore how enterprise can be harnessed to improve approaches to transition and collaboration. The aim is to develop a better enterprise learning experience for young people and other learning communities.

Learning outcomes

To stimulate discussion and thinking about:

  • The wide potential of enterprise - beyond its impact in a classroom or in the context of a particular subject;
  • How it can transform approaches to many aspects of school life, such as transition and partnership working.

Curricular or thematic relevance

The case studies show how teachers in a range of settings have integrated enterprising and entrepreneurial learning into their practice and provision

Volunteer involvement

The Power of Partnerships is intended to inform collaboration with a range of partners and demonstrate its benefits to teaching and learning.

Additional comments

The papers should stimulate thinking about the wide potential of enterprise - beyond impacting in a classroom or a subject and about how it can transform approaches to many aspects of school life, like transition and partnership working.

Provider country

United Kingdom

Files for download:

RR-Enterprise and Transition Briefing Paper.pdf / 17886kB
RR-Power of Partnerships.pdf / 4326kB

Provider Institution:

, Are You Ready?  

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    CJ
02.03.2014

There are some useful case studies in these downloads. I liked the idea of a secondary school working with local primary schools on entrepreneurial learning initiatives. Taking some group staff time to consider how to generate more entrepreneurial learning activity is great!

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There are some useful case studies in these downloads. I liked the idea of a secondary school working with local primary schools on entrepreneurial learning initiatives. Taking some group staff time to consider how to generate more entrepreneurial learning activity is great!

CJ 02.03.2014

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