Founder Tom Ravenscroft reflects on sharing Enabling Enterprise’s work at the Teach For All conference in China.
It has to be something pretty special to make a thirty hour journey feel justified. Particularly to follow that with a second thirty hour journey just five days later.
The occasion was the Teach For All Global Conference, held in [...]

All In For Enterprise Education

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Feb2014 07

Forestdale is one of our Partner Primary schools. Enabling Enterprise projects are integrated in their learning schedule for every year group and students regularly go on trips to top businesses. Senior Associate Mike Zatyka caught up with Headteacher Rebecca Foster and Deputy Head Molly Graham to get their perspective on the EE Partner School Package.

A [...]

Creating Natural Leaders

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Feb2014 03

If you think there are ‘natural leaders’ in your class… it might be time to think again.

Education Associate Charlotte Ellis reflects on her time in the classroom and a teaching myth that is worth discussing

Thinking back to my time as a teacher, I don’t think I’ll be alone in having thought of some pupils as [...]


What I experienced in Uganda over seven brilliant days in December was profound, and made me wonder what lessons I’d missed.


Faye Daly, a Customer Advisor at the Bromford Group in Wolverhampton writes here about her experience with Enabling Enterprise.

Bromford Group is a social business with over 50 years of experience in providing high-quality homes for rent and sale, plus specialist housing support, training and employment services.

Here Faye writes about volunteering with Enabling Enterprise and the [...]


Education Associate Beth Lomax reflects on her experience teaching, and one acronym that is worth exploring:

As a profession, teaching has more than its fair-share of education related acronyms and jargon. When you’re planning your lessons, you need to sure that you build in AFL (Assessment for Learning) strategies and differentiation for your SEN (Special Educational [...]


Simon Hill is Head of Partnerships at Enabling Enterprise and a Parent Governor at Furzedown Primary School in South West London. Here is his article as featured on Schools Improvement Net about how well delivered feedback from experts outside the classroom can be transformational.

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As a school governor I am familiar with our [...]


Chris Cuckson reflects on his new role as an Education Associate, and how it links to his five years in the classroom:

We’ve all read the articles and seen the statistics about the high number of teachers that leave within the first 5 years. It is unclear whether this is because of increased pressures on teachers [...]

Thank You

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Nov2013 04

It’s been a big year for us at Enabling Enterprise.
One particular highlight that you can’t have missed is that we were short-listed for the inaugural Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Being short-listed was a real endorsement of the work that so many schools and businesses have been working on, in partnership with [...]

Blogging for Writing

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Nov2013 01

Blogging for writing – learning by doing
- Maryam Ben Rabha

When asked why they write stories, a ten-year-old replied “I write it for the teacher to mark it.”

This was just one stark discovery made during the research of ‘Blogging and Writing’ by Sarah Horrocks –Director of London Connected Learning Centre and Myra Barrs, previously director [...]

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