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1 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 1 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) S’EEN School leaders workshop 14 September 2006 Forest of Mercia Innovation Centre / Yarnfield Conference Centre

2 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 2 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Aims – when I leave I will know; the current context for enterprise education what S’EEN is for and how it will operate why supporting the TLA is good for schools what Ofsted will be looking for when inspecting enterprise

3 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 3 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Starter and ice breaker take a character card from the envelope on your table another person with a character from the same cartoon or film tell each other about something your school has done over the last year that is connected with enterprise

4 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 4 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Enterprise a readiness to embark on bold new ventures taking risks to achieve success

5 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 5 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Current context enterprise education in UK has a long and chequered history TVEI, local level partnerships, EBLOs, TECs etc provision was inconsistent and not backed up by statutory entitlement except for the EIU cross curricular element of the original National Curriculum

6 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 6 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) What does the Treasury say? rates of entrepreneurial activity in the UK remain moderate by international standards an environment that encourages enterprise and supports people who take opportunities and risks is a crucial ingredient of productivity improvement

7 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 7 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) So they want to…. improve support for small and new business promote a step change in the UK’s enterprise culture pretend the history of enterprise education started in 1997 with Gordon Brown as this started as a Treasury initiative, not a DfES one

8 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 8 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Key publications A review of enterprise and the economy in education (Davis Review – Feb 2002) Work – related learning for all at key stage 4 (QCA 2003) Creating an enterprise culture (HM Treasury - Jan 2004) Learning to be enterprising (Ofsted – Aug 2004) Developing enterprising young people (Ofsted – November 2005)

9 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 9 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Enterprise Education Outcomes Enterprise Education supports the development of the knowledge and understanding, skills and attributes that young people require to thrive in their future working lives. Enterprise Education is more concerned with skills than with knowledge. Work related learning is directly connected with employability. Enterprise education can be seen as the skills that support employability within the framework of WRL or as a stand alone area of learning in its own right.

10 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 10 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Moving the agenda forward Enterprise advisors Resources and enterprise pathfinders Business and Enterprise specialist status Enterprise in all schools?

11 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 11 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) S’EEN National picture – Paul Delbridge-Smith

12 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 12 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) S’EEN Local response – “Area 47” Single action plan Builds on existing good practice and networks Enterprising schools – not just schools that ‘do’ enterprise

13 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 13 Autumn term: Leaders workshop Practitioners workshop Network schools meeting Consultancy work starts in schools Planning for ‘cluster workshops’ First round of evaluation work undertaken

14 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 14 Spring term: Cluster workshops Network schools meeting Consultancy work continues in schools Website material in place

15 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 15 Summer term: Outreach work in cluster schools Network schools meeting Final round of evaluation Report on key issues for sustaining S’EEN after funding stops

16 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 16 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) SSAT Learning Academy GTCE Teacher Learning Academy partnership Mechanism for staff to gain professional recognition for work they undertake in connection with S’EEN and enterprise development Four stage model accessible by all staff

17 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 17 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) SEF and Ofsted issues Key questions Have we got agreed definitions of key concepts for enterprise? Are they written down? Do we have written aims and objectives for enterprise education? Is enterprise in the school development plan? How is the SMT involved? Who is nominated to lead enterprise developments and are other enterprise champions nominated to help? How much time is granted for preparation? Have we got a cash resource allocated specifically to enterprise? How is enterprise communicated throughout the school?

18 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 18 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Why do anything different? In times of change it is the learners who inherit the earth while the learned are beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists. The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. Alvin Toffler He also wrote a book called ‘Future Shock’ the central theme of which is about the impact on society of too much change in too short a period of time.

19 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 19 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN)

20 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 20 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN) Questions

21 14 September 2006S'EEN school leaders workshop presentation 21 Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Schools’ Enterprise Education Network (S’EEN)


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