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Enterprise education for schools

This section contains guidance and resources for implementing enterprise education in schools. The resources are for teachers, senior managers and curriculum planners, enterprise and work-related learning coordinators and organisations that support schools.

A guide to enterprise education: For enterprise coordinators, teachers and leaders at school This guide follows a national evaluation of enterprise education in secondary schools, which was commissioned by DCSF and carried out by Dubit between September 2009 and February 2010 in collaboration with Brightpurpose and the Young People's Enterprise Forum.

National guidance on enterprise education, including:

  • What is enterprise education? 
  • Why do it? 
  • What works.

Getting started

Professional development

Different ways to do enterprise education

Enterprise activities such as:

For more information on current enterprise activity visit the Enterprise Village website.


Last updated: 27 March 2010

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