Enabling practitioners to use enterprise education as a valuable route for enhanced learning and working.
Scotland's Enterprising Schools is an online resource where teaching practitioners can access support and ideas to help them in embedding enterprise into the curriculum. They also provide professional learning twilight sessions, authority-wide conferences and personal mentoring.
Membership to the online platform is free and once signed up practitioners can download a variety of resources covering ages 3 to 18. These include projects and lesson plans mapped out to Curriculum for Excellence’s Experiences and Outcomes and The Career Education Standard’s ‘I Can’ statements, and a Professional Reflection Tool which allows you to assess your school’s enterprising activity.
They also offer their Enterprising Practitioner Programme, a bespoke online course consisting of three modules supported by substantial professional formative assessment activity and a reflection workbook designed to challenge practitioners and to encourage reflection of their own practice.
One of the aims of Scotland's Enterprising Schools is to encourage practitioners across Scotland to share their knowledge and experiences to inspire and help others. They want practitioners to learn from each other and connect external partners who can help them deliver quality enterprising activity to their students and have set up their Interesting Practice and Partners for Schools pages to be an easily accessible library of fellow practitioners and helpful organisations.
If you wish to get in touch with Scotland’s Enterprising Schools, please send a message via http://enterprisingschools.scot/contact/