Case Studies

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 24, 2014 .

Take a Chance – this award winning programme that has been running since 2007, managed by the Education Business Partnership West Berkshire in partnership with Vodafone. The programme aims to increase the confidence and motivation of students aged...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 23, 2014 .

Cultivate is an exciting new challenge to encourage some curious, self motivated young people to take an important first steps to develop their business potential. The challenge is open to anyone between 14 - 19 years of age in West Berkshire....

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 23, 2014 .

The past year has seen a wealth of literacy initiatives implemented in schools across Kent, encouraging business volunteers to act as role models in order to empower students with the skills they will have developed during the course of their working...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 23, 2014 .

Outline of activity/Aims and objectives

Introducing Year 10 students – especially girls – to aspects of the Hospitality/Leisure industry was the main focus for this event. The main challenge focused on event & conference planning and was hosted...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 22, 2014 .

School pupils share career aspirations with top Tory peer

Leading Conservative politician Michael Heseltine listened to students share their aspirations for the future during a trip to Gosport.

The former Deputy Prime Minister went to Brune Park...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 22, 2014 .

Career inspiration for 220 Year 9 girls from Broughton High School for girls

The aim of this exercise is to present positive female role models to the Year 9 girls in this school highlighting careers they may not think of, helping them to prepare...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 14, 2014 .

​More than 1200 young people have enjoyed a valuable hands-on experience of science and technology that could shape their future careers. The Big Bang at Discovery Park, Sandwich, attracted students from dozens of secondary schools across the...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 14, 2014 .

Introduction

The Apprenticeship Launchpad has been developed by Oxfordshire County Council on behalf of the Science Vale UK Skills Steering Group, in conjunction with Science Oxford. It is part of a wider effort to raise the profile of science and...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 10, 2014 .

TeenTech is a lively one-day event to help young teenagers see the wide range of career possibilities in Science, Engineering and Technology.

It is an award winning, industry-led initiative, founded in 2008 by Maggie Philbin and Chris Dodson and...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 10, 2014 .

Over 30 students a day are now taking advantage of EBP Kent’s new IAG service, which offers a wealth of aspirational advice for students beginning to think about future career pathways and the directions they might take in achieving them. With a...

Raising the Career aspirations of future school leavers and better partnering education with employers would seem to be the natural ethos for EBP’s across the country. What may differ is the method of implementation and ways that certain events...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 10, 2014 .

Canterbury, Kent

For the second year in a row, the Year 12 of Simon Langton Girls’ Grammar was tasked with the completion of a series of sector driven workshops at a business conference in Canterbury, Kent. Companies from the Private, Public,...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 10, 2014 .

More than 1,200 students from Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 descended upon Discovery Park for a STEM day. Over 260 employees were involved, positively showcasing their line of work, showing extraordinary experiments with so many different...

Posted by in Case Studies on Jan 10, 2014 .

‘Following the success of last year’s conference in Basingstoke, Portsmouth are  proud to host the 2014 South East Regional Conference in the South Hampshire Area on Tuesday 25th February 2014.'

The conference is focussed on the needs of...