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Wednesday 2nd June - Schools Celebration & Scotland’s Enterprising Schools Awards

As part of our schools celebration we are inviting all primary and secondary schools across Scotland to take part in a day of enterprise activity!

Our Enterprise Challenge

As part of our #FoYE21 we have two exciting digital challenges for schools; one for primary and one for secondary. In November 2021, Scotland will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26. Nations from around the world will meet to take ambitious climate action to tackle the global climate emergency.

We want you to get involved and come up with solutions to the climate emergency. We believe everyone should work #TogetherForOurPlanet

Use your energy, creativity, passion, and skills to help improve life chances and opportunities for people across the world. Come with a product, service or tech solution to solve climate problems caused by waste. Maybe you’re keen to banish fast fashion, or uneccessary packaging? Maybe you want to design greener spaces to live, work and relax? Perhaps you want to create sustainable energy or transport solutions? The sky’s the limit!


Scotland’s Enterprising Schools Awards

At SES, we are honoured to work with practitioners and schools across Scotland and are always inspired by the dedication and enterprising spirit on display. This past year has tested the creativity and resilience of all, and as we have come to expect, Scotland’s educators, school staff and pupils have risen to the challenge, and have done so at an admirable pace.

In recognition of the commitment to enterprise education shown by schools, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our Scotland’s Enterprising Education Awards 2021.

The awards are open to practitioners at all levels working with children and young people aged 3 - 18 and any Early Years, Primary, Secondary or ASN establishment in Scotland. Winners will receive a personalized SES Award, £500 towards their enterprise education strategy and celebration through our social media channels. The winning school will also receive a nomination for the JA Worldwide European Entrepreneurial Schools (TES) Award 2021.

Scotland’s Most Enterprising School 2021 Criteria:

  • The school has clear vision and strategy for enterprise education
  • Most teachers and pupils are involved in enterprise education activities
  • Specific resources are allocated to enterprise education
  • Teachers’ continuing professional development, with a focus on enterprise education, is actively supported
  • True partnerships with the local community and business sector are nurtured, with all parties involved in identifying priorities, planning, delivery, and evaluation of joint projects.

(for the purposes of this award, a ’school’ can be an Early Years, Primary, Secondary or ASN establishment)

Scotland’s Most Enterprising Educator 2021 Criteria:

  • The educator has been involved in the planning, delivery and evaluation of enterprise education.
  • The educator has involved a number of pupils and staff in enterprise education.
  • The educator has developed/nurtured partnerships with the local community and business sector.

(for the purposes of this award, an ’educator’ is anyone who works at any level with children and young people aged 3-18)

Apply here

Young Enterprise Scotland

Our Vision is for Scotland to be a place where all young people are given the opportunity to have a rewarding future in work and life - no matter where they start their journey.

Our Mission is to inspire and equip young people, irrespective of their background, to learn, develop and reach their full potential through enterprise education.

In everything that we do, we will work with the following values: Integrity, Enthusiasm, Creativity & Collaboration.

 

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Young Enterprise Scotland

Rouken Glen Centre
Rouken Glen Park
Thornliebank
Glasgow
G46 7UG
Scotland
United Kingdom

+44 (0)141 406 7722
admin@yes.org.uk

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