With it being embedded into the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) it's never been easier to ensure that learners are having the opportunity to develop their key enterprising skills from an early age through combining the potential for learning with other key elements such as the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in order to underpin the broader aspects of these.
Our Project Manager, Julie, was delighted to discuss enterprise in education for younger school children with Felicity Healey-Benson of Harmonious Entrepreneurship Society alongside Emily Mnyayi of the Social Enterprise Academy - one of our key delivery partners alongside Young Enterprise Scotland.
Julie highlighted our partnership working as a key method for helping to support practitioners to develop their own learning and skills in order to enable them to feel confident in their ability to use enterprise education as a way to enhance their deliveries.
The great work being done around enterprise doesn't end with Scotland - EntreCompEdu is an online CPD offering which provides a framework for educators and teachers to use in order to develop entrepreneurial mindsets and innovation within their students.
You can read the whole article from Felicity Healy-Benson over on theHarmonious Enterprise Site here.