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20th June 2019

Inspiring London goes to the Guildhall

20th June 2019

On Tuesday 18th June, we took our Inspiring London campaign to the glamorous Guildhall. We spent the day at the Guildhall in London to raise the aspirations of local children by opening their eyes to the possibilities available to them in their futures.  We ran numerous sessions throughout the day to introduce a number of […]

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9th April 2019

‘This event inspires everybody’

9th April 2019

‘A brilliant initiative’ (volunteer), ‘I loved every single person who came to our classroom’ (pupil) Just two of the scores of quotes following the launch of Inspiring Dorset. On 3 April we held a Primary Futures event at Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School & Community Nursery followed by a speed networking event as […]

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28th March 2019

Dorset Echo announces launch of Inspiring Dorset campaign

28th March 2019

We are really grateful to the Dorset Echo which is getting behind our Inspiring Dorset campaign which we are running in conjunction with Dorset Council, Southern Universities Network, the Local Enterprise Partnership and the CEC. Click here for the full article.

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28th March 2019

Primary Futures arrives in Northern Ireland

28th March 2019

‘Well done for bringing this to Northern Ireland”. One of many similar comments from the volunteers at our special launch event for ‘Primary Futures’ in Northern Ireland. Held at Ballysally Primary School, Coleraine on Thursday 21st March 2019, all the children and teachers from the school were introduced to career-related learning. They met an amazing […]

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15th March 2019

The DCMS supported one of our events on 15 March in Coventry

15th March 2019

A huge thank you to Howes Primary School, Coventry who looked after our twenty volunteers associated with the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) so well today. We were thrilled to welcome Dame Sue Owen, currently Permanent Secretary for the Department (pictured below) in one of her last school focused events before she […]

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28th February 2019

Barham Primary School welcomed Damian Hinds

28th February 2019

Barham Primary school in Wembley today hosted a special Primary Futures event on Thursday 28 February, attended by the Right Honourable Damian Hinds MP, Secretary for State for Education.  Primary Futures, is a programme run by the charity, Education and Employers in partnership with the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), that aims to broaden primary […]

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19th February 2019

Primary Futures only primary partner with National Careers Week

19th February 2019

For the first time Primary Futures, the programme run by the charity, Education and Employers has partnered with National Careers Week as its only partner to help expand the week into primary schools across the country.  National Careers Week is an exciting opportunity to help raise children’s aspirations and broaden their horizons by bringing volunteers from the […]

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31st January 2019

UK Teachers lead the way

31st January 2019

UK teachers have been leading the way in inspiring young people about their futures.  This was demonstrated to a global audience last week.  To coincide with the start of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, an event took place at the local primary school with a range of volunteers from the world of work.  […]

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23rd January 2019

Primary Futures comes to Davos

23rd January 2019

Following last year’s publication of the “Drawing the Future” report at Davos, Education and Employers has been liaising with the primary and secondary schools in Davos.  Asked to draw the jobs that they would like to do when they grow up, this table shows the results. Strikingly, the jobs they chose were based on solely […]

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22nd January 2019

Belonging, Believing, Achieving with Primary Futures

22nd January 2019

We were delighted to be welcomed to Bramble Brae School on Wednesday 16 January to run one of our Primary Future events.  We organised a ‘What’s my Line’ quiz as well as speed networking events, allowing the pupils to speak to as many volunteers as possible. Amanda Murray, head teacher at Bramble Brae reflects on […]

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