All of the workshops we designed for you at Innovative Enterprise have been created with the aim of ‘Bringing the Future to Life’ for young people. Here you will find our most popular Enterprise, STEM, Careers and PSHE workshops and sessions. As with everything IE delivers, it’s all flexible, so whether you want a full year group all day session, half day or keynote – we can help you! All of the sessions we’ve created are designed in line with curriculum areas and different key stages and age groups, including the Welsh Baccalaureate and STEM, Careers and Enterprise requirements.
In addition to the in-school sessions we deliver we supply a range of our own resources and kits for you to use in flexible and fun ways to support your Enterprise, PSHE and STEM curriculum areas:
- Enterprise Soapbox is a fantastic STEM-based business in a box for primary and secondary schools;
- YEA! cards are Your Enterprise Alphabet – a flexible game to develop power words for career and enterprise learning.
- Eco-Fish is a dynamic game that supports learning in Environmental Sustainability, Science and Politics;
- Milieu cards are challenging question tools to support PSHE and ethics development.
What do our clients think of us?
“We’ve worked with Innovative Enterprise for over 6 years. The input they provide into our Enterprise curriculum is brilliant – the days are tailored to the needs of our pupils and the team deliver a high impact, memorable event with lots of very practical learning for pupils. Bernie and his team are hugely personable, well organised and they really understand how a school works – their sessions run to time and only require space and some tables: everything else is provided by them. We’ve looked at other enterprise education providers but feel that IE continue to provide the best learning experience for our pupils and enables us to use the experiences from the workshops to develop enterprising skills through the curriculum. Pupils still talk about the IE Soapbox day years later! I’m very happy to recommend them to others.”
Gemma Hay, Principal Teacher of Citizenship, Enterprise and International Education, George Heriot’s School, Edinburgh.