Premier League Enterprise uses the business model of football clubs to inspire young people to engage positively in education; to develop important life skills and to raise awareness of the world of work. Enterprise takes place once a week at The Albion Foundation School with activities and lessons also being held at The Hawthorne’s Stadium.
Vision: To inspire young people to engage more positively in education and to equip them to lead successful lives.
Mission: To increase the aspirations and skills of 11- to 18-year-olds in full-time education who are marginalised or who are at risk of not achieving their full potential.
Who is the project for? Pupils in Years 7-9 who meet one or more of the following criteria:
|Eligible for Pupil Premium and / or Free School Meals||Disability or Special Educational Need||English as a Second Language||Looked After Child|
|Low attainment||Poor behaviour and / or attitude||Poor attendance and / or punctuality||Low confidence / self-esteem|
What will pupils be learning about? The programme is based around six areas:
|The Fan Experience||Money Matters||What will we sell?|
|Attracting Customers||Managing the Business||Aiming for Success|
What areas will pupils improve? The project has been designed to link to English, maths and business. Enterprise lessons are designed to help pupils to improve the following key skills:
What are the outcomes of the project?
- Improved confidence and self-esteem
- Increased aspirations
- Improved attitude towards learning
How do I find out more? Contact Erin Hicken, Enterprise Coordinator: email@example.com