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  • Direct Line provide CSR support at Darrick Wood School

    Direct Line provide CSR support at Darrick Wood School

    10 members of staff from the CoSec team at Direct Line Group, Bromley set aside time from working to volunteer as a team to support young people in the community on Wednesday 12th July. Bromley EBP organised an employability event for over 40 Year 12 students from Darrick Wood School who are not planning to go onto University when they finish their studies.  The event was designed to help them make the most of their potential in...
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  • Talented Youth from Bromley undertake work placements

    Talented Youth from Bromley undertake work placements

    Bromley EBP is working with London South East Colleges to support the ESF Youth Talent Programme.  Our role is to help source work experience placements for young people attending schools involved in the project.  During the week commencing 3rd July, Year 10 students from Bromley Trust Academy and Bromley Beacon Academy found out more about the reality of the working world by undertaking a placement with a local employer. ...
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  • Flying to Success

    Flying to Success

    Bromley Education Business Partnership (BEBP), a part of the London Borough of Bromley, has been delivering a Youth Employment Scheme to help young people (16-24) to access confirmed employment. The programme provides employability support to young Bromley residents in the form of CV advice and interview practice to help them make a successful transition to permanent employment. Over 100 young people have benefited since 2015 and been placed i...
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  • Dragons dropped into Ravens Wood!

    Dragons dropped into Ravens Wood!

    Over 200 Year 9 students from Ravens Wood got a chance to find out what it’s like to be an entrepreneur at a recent event at the school. The students worked in teams to develop a new soft drink for a target audience along with a marketing campaign to launch the product. They were guided through the activity by volunteer Dragons - representatives from local business and the community.  The young people learned skills highly value...
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  • Money Sense Programme for Schools

    Money Sense Programme for Schools

    Money Sense is a free, impartial financial education programme to help 5-18 year olds in the UK towards a better financial future.  It is offered by Nat West Bank and the programme has close links to the national curriculum as it was created in collaboration with experts in the field of education.  MoneySense is available for various age groups with individual workshops which are intended to be led by a class teacher and supported by...
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