Enabling Enterprise was represented in Poland by our Founder Tom Ravenscroft at the launch of a new EU-supported report on entrepreneurial education. Here he reflects on the common principles that support the development of enterprise skills across the EU – and indeed, the world.

We’ve learnt a lot over the last six years. We’ve seen [...]


Pinner Park Junior School have been working with Enabling Enterprise since this academic year. They wanted to take one of Challenge Days to one of their partner schools in Uganda. Here they share their experience…

Having run the ‘Greetings Cards’ enterprise project at Pinner Park Junior School already, we were keen for the learners here at [...]


Over the last year we have been collaborating with Virgin Active to develop a new enterprise project which combines getting fit with developing enterprise skills. The students work in teams to develop their own fitness routine over the course of a term, before promoting it more widely across the school. You can see how they [...]


We were delighted to be commended at the City of London’s annual Dragon Awards for our work with one of our founding partners, UBS. The video here captures the work that we’ve done together in Hackney, whilst UBS has also been a generous financial supporter of our work to develop our impact measurement approach.

To find [...]


Many teachers have long been aware of the need to make learning relevant to ‘real life’ and when it comes to making learning ‘real’, enterprise education championed by Enabling Enterprise has a head start.

At Enabling Enterprise we believe meaningful real life links for learning and enterprise skill development and are best rooted in Project-Based [...]

Making Changes with East Acton

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Throughout the summer term, Year 3 at East Acton Primary School have taken part in ‘Making Changes’, a project developed by Enabling Enterprise with support from Kings’ Health Partners. Each team took on the role of a different department in the hospital including pharmacy, skin cancer, HR, A & E, and dentistry.

The children created [...]

Aspiring better

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Education Associate Delphine Greene reflects on the role of aspirations for our young people and whether we are missing point when we just worry about the goal.

Aspirations, goals, targets, desires, wants or wishes. Whatever you choose to call them, deep down we all have them; no matter how different they may be.

The word ‘aspiration’ itself [...]


Stephane Auberval, one of the newest members of our team, reflects on the continued challenges of gender equality, and the role that Enabling Enterprise can play.

As a 21st century reader you would be keen to think that ‘genders and jobs’ would no longer be a relevant topic for conversation. Thanks to social and legal victories [...]


One of our newest team members, Delphine Greene, joins us with experience of having taught Enabling Enterprise as a teacher herself. Here, she reflects on what’s made her a more enterprising teacher.
The primary school perspective
As far as I can remember I’ve always enjoyed working with young people, perhaps it’s because I’m a big kid at [...]


THE SCHOOL: Heartlands Academy
LOCATION: Birmingham
BACKGROUND: Enabling Enterprise have worked in partnership with Heartlands Academy, an OFSTED outstanding secondary school in Birmingham, for the past 3 years. We have particularly supported enterprise education opportunities for students in KS3 and KS4 with support from PwC. Education Associate, Alison Gale visited the Year 10 after school [...]

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