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LifeSkills helps to support a whole-school approach to employability and skills education. We recently had the opportunity to visit Ernest Bevin School in Tooting, South London, to speak to staff from across the school about how we can help.
We learned lots from the session and here we share some ideas of how you could use LifeSkills resources in your school, perhaps to deliver a mini-inset to staff to inspire them to bring more employability into their teaching and other duties.
It’s a fast-moving world for students, and it’s crucial that educators remain up to date on what external help there is out there to open up the world of work to students – and LifeSkills can help.
Here are five things we learned from the session.
Use the LifeSkills resources to deliver lesson plans on writing CVs, how to network, creating a positive online footprint, and more…
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