Deputy Head Andrew Smith explains the gradual growth of enterprise education within the school came from “thinking of what skills do children need in the future, what are the core employability skills they’ll need?”


‘Making News’ Project
Engaging students in literacy lessons is crucial for effective learning and has benefits throughout life. Northwold Primary in East London have been working on lesson time projects with a literacy focus this year. Their ‘Making News’ project saw them taking on the roles of illustrators, publishers and editors to create a newsletter for [...]


Year 9s Take on the Tech World
Teenagers are on their smart phones and social media the whole time, right? So what happens when you mix this passion with ICT lessons at school?

Year 9 students from Cardinal Pole School in Hackney found out as they took part in the Lesson Time Project Innovate IT, supported by [...]


Taking Enterprise to the Next Level

Sebright Primary School consider enterprise an important part of their students’ learning, and for the last three years they have been embedding enterprise in their curriculum.

They have been taking part in a range of exciting range of Lesson Time Projects, including ‘Trash to Treasure’, where students explore environmentalism before working [...]


Year 5s Take on Hamleys
More than 384 million toys were bought for children in 2011 making the UK toy industry worth over £3 billion a year. But what would happen if it the children were put in charge of making them? Well, Year 5 students at Brackenbury Primary School in West London were given the [...]

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