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Delivery Partner:
Social Enterprise Academy

Curriculum Links:
Business and Enterprise, Health and Wellbeing, Interdisciplinary or Other

Suitable Audience:
P5, P6, P7, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6

Start/End Dates:
Available 24th Oct - 16th Dec 2022

Timetable Availability:
Can be delivered flexibly at a time which fits the school timetable on a Monday - Friday (AM or PM)

Number of Sessions:
1 (standalone)

Session Duration:
60 minutes

Repetition Frequency:
As often as required

Max Capacity:
35 pupils from up to 10 schools

Description:
This standalone session offers an introduction to social enterprise as a business model, looking at different scenarios involved in running a business and provides young people with the opportunity to reflect upon their own skills and qualities, asking themselves the question, 'Who do I want to be?'

Aims:

  • Explore key values and concepts of social enterprise as a business model
  • Consider own choices about how to run a social enterprise
  • Identify key skills, attributes and personal qualities of a social entrepreneur
  • Reflect upon own self and consider what skills, attributes and personal qualities are important to you

This Introduction to Social Enterprise session is a stepping stone onto taking part in Social Enterprise Schools with a group / class of young people. Should teachers wish to take part in Social Enterprise Schools with a group / class of young people, you can do so via DYW Live in January:

Social Enterprise Schools – An 8-week block where learners will develop their own social enterprise, culminating with an online Dragons' Den via DYW Live (January to March).

DYW Context:
Looking at skills and personal qualities, young people have the opportunity to identify what it takes to be a social entrepreneur, make decisions about the running of a social enterprise and then be able to reflect upon their skills and attributes to consider - 'Who do you want to be?'

Through taking part in Social Enterprise Schools, young people through the experience of setting up and running a social enterprise develop key employability and enterprising skills.

Additional Requirements:
Webcam and microphone required for whole class delivery and participation.

Other Info:
Those who set up and run a social enterprise they may be eligible for an Award at our Annual Social Enterprise Academy Awards in June 2023.

Keywords:
Social Enterprise, Employability, LfS, Skills, Business, Interdisciplinary, Finance, Literacy, Mental Health, Inequality, Racism, Climate Change and Pupil Voice

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