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25th May 2018

L’Oreal For Women In Science awards

25th May 2018

Last night, members of Education and Employers were honoured to attend the 2018 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Fellowship awards. The Fellowships are awarded by a partnership between L’Oréal UK & Ireland, the UK National Commission for UNESCO and the Irish National Commission for UNESCO, with the support of the Royal Society. They award five Fellowships […]

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4th May 2018

Primary Futures launches in Australia

4th May 2018

The first Primary Futures event in Australia took place today, Friday 4 May 2018. Organised by the Schools Industry Partnership and The Smith Family it took place at Willmot Public School, a small primary school in Mt Druitt, situated in one of the most deprived areas of New South Wales.   Schools Industry Partnership (SIP) is […]

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13th April 2018

A Head Teacher’s experience of their school’s first Primary Futures event

13th April 2018

Wheldon Infant School and Nursery is the latest school to hold a Primary Futures event as part of our Inspiring Wakefield campaign. Tracey Lake, the school’s Head Teacher, sent over this wonderful letter detailing the day’s activities, and how it has impacted her school and inspired the children. “After many months of planning with Wakefield colleagues I […]

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4th April 2018

Primary Futures – Aspirations Week in Corby

4th April 2018

During National Careers Week, Education and Employers worked with a collection of Corby Primary schools to deliver a fun packed week of activities aimed at raising both aspiration and awareness of careers. Four primary schools from the Greenwood Academies Trust took part. The week followed the successful Career Footsteps event at Kingswood Academy in Corby, […]

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15th March 2018

Inspiring the Future calls for No More Female CEOs

15th March 2018

Inspiring the Future’s new campaign NO MORE FEMALE PROFESSIONALS asks whether the language we all use when talking about jobs, contributes to the problem of unconscious gender bias which limits the opportunities that children perceive they have. It states that ‘A Female CEO is a CEO’ and asks society to consider why we unnecessarily add a […]

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13th February 2018

Inspiring Wakefield launches at South Parade Primary School

13th February 2018

Primary schools across Wakefield are running a series of inspiring events throughout spring, designed to inspire children about the huge range of interesting and exciting career possibilities available to them. Inspiring Wakefield will launched on 13 February at South Parade Primary with volunteers from a wide range of interesting careers, coming in to schools to […]

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22nd January 2018

Drawing The Future in the news

22nd January 2018

Our Drawing The Future report has been in the news this week. Here are some highlights: BBC Online BBC Online Education The Guardian science blog TES Mail Online OECD World Economic  Forum

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