Enterprising Yorkshire - Inspiring Young Minds

Useful Websites

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Languages work

Description:

This website is the on-line information portal supporting a wide range of products designed to show the true value of languages in the workplace and beyond.

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Resources for languages at work

LEGIs Yorkshire and Humber

Description:

Funded by the Department for Communities & Local Government, the Local Enterprise Growth Initiative (LEGI) was announced in the 2005 Budget. LEGI funding is intended to target communities in England over a 10-year period.

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Five successful bids for LEGI funding came from Yorkshire and the Humber: Bradford Kickstart, BiG: Make it Your Business (Sheffield); Success Doncaster, e-factor (North East Lincolnshire); and Sharing the Success (Leeds).

My Records

Description:

Designed by schools for schools, MyRecords has been specifically built to empower pupils to play an active role in their learning and development

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Online Enterprise portfolio tool

NCGE

Description:

National council for graduate Entrepreneurship

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Website includes information and reoprts for Enterprise

NEBP

Description:

National education business partnership network

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Local Education Business Partners information and guidance

Ofsted

Description:

The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills

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Enterprise Evaluations and reports

PFEG

Description:

pfeg is an educational charity whose mission is to make sure that all young people leaving school have the confidence, skills and knowledge in financial matters to take part fully in society

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info about teaching personal finance

QCA

Description:

Qualifications and curriculum authority - maintain and develop the national curriculum and associated assessments, tests and examinations

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Enterprise information and guidance

Schools Enterprise Education Network

Description:

Specialist schools and academies trust website provides information, advice and resources

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Information, advice and resources

Science City York

Description:

Science City York was established in 1998 as a partnership between the University of York and City of York Council, with significant involvement from local businesses and subsequent support from Yorkshire Forward, the Regional Development Agency for Yorkshire and the Humber. York itself was designated the UK’s first National Science City in 2005.The company’s principal role is to promote York and North Yorkshire’s knowledge-based economy by supporting the creation and growth of technology-based businesses.

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