The Enabling Enterprise Autumn Forum, on Wednesday 12th October, took place at one of the inspiring UBS London offices, in the centre of the capital’s buzzing business district. EE Champions who were either new to the role, or to the EE programme, came together to learn from one another how to successfully embed enterprise education in their own school curriculum.

Getting the most out of the EE programme

The session began by thinking about each school’s individual priorities and how EE fits into their wider curriculum aims. EE Champions from across London worked together to think about their current school scenario, and what they were aiming to have an impact on this coming academic year. They considered factors such as parental engagement, cross-curricular links and raising the profile of Enabling Enterprise across the school.

The Results

Teachers had the opportunity to put together an action plan packed full of great ideas they would like to implement in their school. Some fantastic ideas included putting together a student council of children to act as Student EE Champions, and holding Skill Award Assemblies to recognise when children have used the enterprise skills during the week.

What they said:

  • “It has been a quality two hours, I have come away with a lot of ideas.” – Wendy, Five Elms Primary School
  • “This has been so helpful. I now have a much better idea of what I need to do to run the programme successfully.” – Vinisha, Featherstone Primary

Thanks to UBS for hosting the Autumn Forum, and to our London schools for coming along.

Enabling Enterprise are working in partnership with schools and businesses to support students to build enterprise skills and aspirations. Find out more by contacting us or visiting

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