Impact Report 2014

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Dec2014 03

Enabling Enterprise launched our annual Impact Report and celebrated our 5th Birthday at a celebration evening hosted by RSA Insurance Group on 24th November. Over the last five years we’ve gone from working with a single classroom to reaching over 35,000 students in partnership with 140 schools and 70 businesses in the last year alone. [...]


We’re delighted that Enabling Enterprise has been named ‘Education Partnership of the Year 2014’ at the Education Investor awards.

These awards recognise the work of organisations across the education sector, and other category winners included the Open University, Deloitte and Teach First, who won Education Business of the Year.

The award particularly recognises the partnership [...]


Tom Ravenscroft, Founder and Managing Director of Enabling Enterprise reflects on Global Entrepreneurship Week is a good start, but more needs to be done to develop students’ entrepreneurial skills and raise their aspirations for the future. This article was originally published in Academies Week.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is back; a mid-November flurry of enterprise and entrepreneurial [...]

100,000 down…

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Nov2014 12

Tom Ravenscroft, Founder & CEO of Enabling Enterprise reflects on the value of enterprise education and preparing students for real life as we have reached our 100,000th student. This article has also been published on Ashoka’s website.

Four weeks ago, without any ceremony, Enabling Enterprise started working with our 100,000th student. It was unceremonious because we [...]


Tom Ravenscroft is the Founder and Managing Director off Enabling Enterprise. This article was originally posted on the On Purpose website and explores the importance of supporting students to develop enterprise skills.

In 2009 a team of teachers set up Enabling Enterprise, a social enterprise that seeks to ensure students leave school equipped with the skills, [...]


Brett Kingsnorth is an Education Associate at Enabling Enterprise and supports schools in the North of London. Prior to this role, he worked as a Citizenship teacher at a secondary school in Enfield and has remained actively involved in Citizenship ever since, frequently training and supporting teachers. He shares his thoughts on how bringing enterprise [...]


Jenny Fitzgerald is Head of Operations at Enabling Enterprise and before this role worked in management consultancy for five years. Here, she responds to the latest report by The City Growth Commission on young people ’staying local’ when making choices about their careers.

This week the City Growth Commission published a report asking graduates to “stay [...]

An Innovation Partnership

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Oct2014 16

At Enabling Enterprise, we’re proud to be a Teach First Innovation Partner for 2014-15. We are one of twenty social enterprises and innovative projects that are working closely with Teach First towards ending educational inequality. Through this partnership we are working to accelerate our growth across the UK and increase the impact of our [...]


Alison Gale is an Education Associate at Enabling Enterprise in the West Midlands. She has 20 years experience as a primary school teacher and regularly engaged in project based learning and enterprise in her own classroom. Here, she discusses the lecture she gave at Newman University to share best practice in enterprise education to trainee [...]


Simon Hill is Head of Partnerships at Enabling Enterprise and a primary school governor. Here, he explores the value of volunteering and how volunteers can play a big part in raising students aspirations and supporting them to develop essential life skills.

Appreciation of volunteering, and what has often been called “employer-supported volunteering” has come a long [...]

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