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Supporting young people and schools virtually during Covid 19

22 April 2020

22 April 2020

Over the last few weeks schools and colleges have been focusing on ensuring the safety and well-being of all our children and young people and helping them to continue with their education and learning. They have responded with amazing speed, as have parents and carers now involved in home schooling. This is a particularly difficult, unsettling and disruptive […]

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Summing up Inspiring the Future event: “The students loved it”

27 January 2020

27 January 2020

Overview Rebecca Cashmore, Head of Careers at St Joseph’s College in Norbury delivered a mock interviews session as part of a broader employability day, in November. Please describe your event and tell us what impact you hoped to have on your students. We chose to do this event with year 11. We wanted them to […]

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Step up to careers

1 July 2019

1 July 2019

Loredana Roberts, Director of Global Learning & Communication for Gumley House School FCJ, recently run their annual sixth form careers event. How do you incorporate employer engagement and careers education into your students’ learning? Employer engagement is critical.  The scope we provide for students includes: Careers events App design projects with companies such as Amazon […]

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Accessing careers talks

26 June 2019

26 June 2019

Inspiring the Future has long worked with Speakers for Schools to complement their programme of high-profile, inspiring figures who can help students hear from those influential figures shaping today.  Offering volunteers such as CEOs and tenured professors, Speakers for Schools connects state schools with leading figures who share inspiration on pursuing their ambitions and broaden […]

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Challenging stereotypes

17 June 2019

17 June 2019

John Peet, Deputy Headteacher at Cheadle Hulme High School, recently ran an event to help challenge stereotypes. Originally intending to get girls interested in careers in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM), the career speed networking event ended up being so much bigger.  It received such a good response that it was widened to ‘Challenging […]

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Creating a Subject Flyer for Students

14 May 2019

14 May 2019

Mark Anderson from Gordon’s School used Inspiring the Future to compile a flyer to help students when making their GCSE options. Using our online portal, Mark Anderson contacted a number of volunteers to help him to produce a flyer that students could use to see the importance of the subjects taught in school in the […]

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Careers Speed Networking with a difference

10 December 2018

10 December 2018

How could you develop our standard careers speed networking model? Take a look at how Maghull High School developed their own unique Careers Speed Networking event and start planning your school's own careers speed networking with a difference.

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Why I Love my Job

24 November 2018

24 November 2018

Find out how and why Morpeth School Sixth Form are broadening the horizons of their students with an annual 'Why I Love my Job' day with Inspiring the Future.

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