22 January 2019

Belonging, Believing, Achieving with Primary Futures

22 January 2019

We were delighted to be welcomed to Bramble Brae School on Wednesday 16 January to run one of our Primary Future events.  We organised a ‘What’s my Line’ quiz as well as speed networking events, allowing the pupils to speak to as many volunteers as possible. Amanda Murray, head teacher at Bramble Brae reflects on […]

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29 November 2018

Winners of primary school Drawing the Future competition meet their career heroes

29 November 2018

Winners of our Drawing the Future competition received their prizes at an awards ceremony at the British Academy last night and were thrilled to meet career models representing the jobs they drew. The nine winners were selected by judges – Neal Layton, author and illustrator; Ann Mroz, editor and digital publishing director of TES and […]

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15 November 2018

Starting early – the importance of career-related learning in primary school

15 November 2018

This article is an extended version of the blog Primary career education should broaden children’s horizons by Nick Chambers (CEO, Education and Employers) published by TES on 14 November 2018. The last few months have seen a sudden interest and enthusiasm for ‘careers education’ in primary schools. But many teachers and parents have expressed their concerns […]

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12 November 2018

We’ve partnered with First News

12 November 2018

  Here at Primary Futures we are always looking for ways to broaden children’s horizons by introducing them to a huge range of exciting futures. Which is why we’re delighted to announce that we have partnered with First News to help widen the access children have to first-hand information about the huge range of possibilities […]

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9 November 2018

A Celebration of British Engineering with Aston Martin, Brompton Bicycle and the RAF

9 November 2018

Yesterday, Primary Futures was joined by Aston Martin, Brompton Bicycle and the RAF to celebrate British Engineering by raising the children of Milton Keynes’ aspirations and broadening their horizons. The event with three of the most iconic companies in British engineering showed the children at Broughton Fields Primary School that a future career in engineering […]

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9 November 2018

A Celebration of British Engineering with Aston Martin, Brompton Bicycle and the RAF

9 November 2018

Aston Martin, Brompton Bicycle and the RAF – three iconic British brands – joined forces yesterday at a Primary Futures event to inspire and broaden the horizons of children about engineering.  Children from Broughton Fields Primary School in Milton Keynes met people doing a range of interesting jobs and were shown that engineering is open […]

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17 October 2018

Royal Warrant Holder’s Association inspire Bordesley Green Primary school children

17 October 2018

On Tuesday 16 October, volunteers from companies which hold a Royal Warrant visited Bordesley Green Primary School in Birmingham to meet the children and talk about the interesting and varied jobs they do. And the jobs were indeed interesting and varied – there were printers, bookbinders, chocolate makers, engineers of military accoutrements, tailors, cabinet makers, […]

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8 October 2018

Primary Futures Bury

8 October 2018

On Friday 21 September, Primary Futures visited Bury for a morning of broadening horizons and raising aspirations. Local volunteers, and local MP James Frith, joined the children of Chantlers Primary School to help them make the link between their lessons and their futures in what was a very successful event. Phillip Barlow Headteacher of Chantlers […]

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