Scotland’s Enterprising Schools Highland Conference - 17th March 2020 download pdf

Scotland’s Enterprising Schools Highland Conference - 17th March 2020

Scotland needs people who are enterprising and entrepreneurial whatever their chosen career path, young people who are prepared and ready for the world of work, including self-employment, equipped to make an effective transition from education to work and make a contribution to Scotland’s economy. From the earliest age, children have a natural ability to be enterprising and it is important for that ability to be nurtured throughout their education.

The Mission of Scotland’s Enterprising Schools is: To support education practitioners to cultivate an innovative and creative curriculum that motivates young people to be all they can be in learning, life and work.  To fulfill this ambition we have invited our Partners along, so that you can find out how they could support you to develop your practice.  Here is a list of organisations and services who are attending on the day: 

  1. Apps for Good
  2. Curriculo Solutions
  3. Developing the Young Workforce (DYW)
  4. Impact Hub
  5. Junior Award Scheme for Schools (JASS)
  6. Just Trading Scotland (JTS)
  7. Micro-Tyco
  8. Prince’s Trust
  9. RBS Money Sense
  10. Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET)
  11. Scotland’s Enterprising Schools (SES)
  12. Skills Development Scotland (SDS)
  13. Social Enterprise Academy
  14. The Drama Box
  15. University of Highlands & Islands
  16. Young Enterprise Scotland

Find attached below a booklet that provides further information and contact details about these organisations, should you wish to keep in touch.


file Highland_Marketplace_booklet_2020.pdf

Highland Conference - Partners' & Marketplace Directory

Further information and contact details

Street Address: Scotland's Enterprising Schools, Rouken Glen Park, Rouken Glen Road, Glasgow, G46 7UG

Telephone: 0141 4067722



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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.